The Most Popular Places NYU Students Can Be Observed Partying
Dorm parties are the most popular when one first enrolls in NYU. This is because dormitories are accessible to all students and already contain a high concentration of partygoers. Typically spread by word of mouth, music featured at NYU dorm parties is usually mainstream hip hop/rap or upbeat indie pop played at a low volume.
Hayden Hall often has the most intimate and exclusive-seeming parties. Third North seems to have the biggest and most consistent parties. Lafayette has the fraternity parties and brings in the highest ratio of upperclassmen to freshman.
Typical attendee: Freshman of any major who knows the host from the dorm or a required class. Male dorm partygoers are often seen wearing American Apparel hoodies and short-sleeved shirts, while females’ outfits can range from relaxed hoodie and jean combo to revealing lace tops and skin-tight skirts.
Typical drug of choice: 40 oz. bottles of Olde English 800.
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