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    just wondering which one is more eventful? which one people look to go to?
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    Strand Campus is usually seen as the main campus, in the sense that most of the humanities are taught there, so it has the largest amount of departments and students heading that way.
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    Strand has all the gigs, most of the club nights, a bar, the main student centre.
    Guys has a bar, and a lot of the sports clubs are based there, and some other societies like Dance Soc, martial arts, yoga, things like that. McDonalds if you're hungry :p: Sports night at Guys bar every Wednesday. It's the medical/science campus, but I'm humanities and spend most of my time there.
    Waterloo.. well it's good for studying. The main 3 campuses have their own libraries.
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    (Original post by Zebrastripes)
    Strand has all the gigs, most of the club nights, a bar, the main student centre.
    Guys has a bar, and a lot of the sports clubs are based there, and some other societies like Dance Soc, martial arts, yoga, things like that. McDonalds if you're hungry :p: Sports night at Guys bar every Wednesday. It's the medical/science campus, but I'm humanities and spend most of my time there.
    Waterloo.. well it's good for studying. The main 3 campuses have their own libraries.

    thanks for the great answer! i was just wondering does kings offer any study abroad options for humanities department? i presume you study there? :o: if not just ignore the question
 
 
 
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