14 Things To Do In West Chester Before You Graduate
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14 Things To Do In West Chester Before You Graduate

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14 Things To Do In West Chester Before You Graduate

I write this as I'm about to graduate from WCU within the next two weeks. I have put together a list of the top 14 things you have to do in West Chester before you graduate and I can truly say, you really must do these 14 things:

1. Take a picture with Rammy

2. Take a picture on top of the ram

It's a tradition to do before you graduate, but be careful climbing on top of there, it's pretty high up.

3. Get a Jake's T-shirt

4. Eat at all the food trucks at least once

5. Go to at least one "Rams after hours"

They're kinda lame but they offer fun stuff so make the trip at least once.

6. Struggle to walk on the walkways of West Chester in heels

7. Eat at Lorenzos past 1am

Best pizza!

8. Go to a Phillies/Eagles/Flyers/Sixers game

9. Choose between Cookie Dope or Baked

They're pretty much right next to each other and they both offer cookie dough so its up to you to decide.

10. Go to Wing Night at Barnabys

11. Get a Banana Day T-shirt

12. Do some community service

13. Climb the rock wall at the rec center

14. Join the Odyssey at WCU!

We want you!

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