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As the semester continues on, students may be searching for safe, cheap and fun options for getting out of the residence hall or their apartment. Springfield offers three bowling alleys, all fit with their own attractions and specialties, including student discounts that strike out!

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Doesn’t a hard-working student deserve a reprieve any evening of the week? Why should weekends have all the fun? I’m of the opinion that it’s any college community’s obligation to have recreational alcoholic entertainment for every day of the week. Of course, there are happy hours everywhere…

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Bars and clubs, like many sectors of the service industry, have undergone dramatic changes due to COVID-19. Not only has the pandemic affected the way they conduct business but also how patrons utilize those services. 

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Sept. 22 was the official start of fall, and with that comes cooler weather, fall festivals and Halloween. Although this year has been unlike any other, there are still fall activities to attend. 

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Temperatures are cooling down, which means fall festivals and pumpkin patches are just around the corner. Fall activities may look different this year, but there are still plenty of things to do outdoors over the next few months.

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Springfield’s local movie theaters were shut down between the months of March and August because of the COVID-19 outbreak. This has left theaters with no choice but to take great precautions to protect their businesses after reopening.

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The fall semester provides ample opportunities for student activities such as football games, movies in the Plaster Student Union Theater and homecoming.