Your friendship may not survive a few GoldenEye death matches (“bagsie Odd-Job!”), but you can at least scoff some tasty chicken at Wings together. Oh and you also win a Nerf cannon if you finish a bowl of their suicide hot wings. Challenge accepted!
3.Get dressed up at Edinburgh Comic Con.
4.Or use the Force at Capital Sci-Fi Con.
5.Play games while you dance to indie hits courtesy of We Throw Switches at The Caves.
6.Step into a new world at the Virtual Reality Arcade.
7.Browse new comics and rare finds at Deadhead Comics.
Grab some pals, tell your phones to “get tae”, and gather round to crush armies and fight intergalactic space battles over coffee and ludicrously tasty doughnuts at this board game café in the historic centre of town.
Fun fact: Some of Yale’s most notable alumni include George W. Bush, Meryl Streep, Hillary Clinton, Anderson Cooper, and James Franco. Talk about a stacked house.
Delaware: University of Delaware
Date founded: 1743
Fun fact: Three of the original ten class members that studied at the University of Delaware went on to sign the Declaration of Independence.
Florida: Flagler College
Georgia: Berry College
Hawaii: Brigham Young University-Hawaii
Date founded: 1955
Fun fact: Sister school to BYU, located in Provo, Utah, this Hawaii based institution is owned and operated by the Mormon Church.
Idaho: University of Idaho
Illinois: University of Chicago
Indiana: University of Notre Dame
Iowa: Grinnell College
Kansas: Kansas State University
Kentucky: University of Louisville
Louisiana: Louisiana State University
Maine: Bowdoin College
Maryland: Johns Hopkins University
Massachusetts: Williams College
Date founded: 1793
Fun fact: This small liberal arts college in New England has an impressive list of alumni, including 7 Pulitzer Prize winners, a Nobel Prize Laureate, over 50 U.S. Congressmen, 18 governors, and former U.S. President, James Garfield.
Michigan: University of Michigan
Minnesota: St. Olaf College
Mississippi: University of Mississippi (Ole Miss)
Missouri: Washington University in St. Louis
Montana: Carroll College
Nebraska: Creighton University
Nevada: Sierra Nevada College
Where: Incline Village
Date founded: 1969
Fun fact: A nature-lover’s dream school, Sierra Nevada College is just blocks away from the shores of Lake Tahoe.
New Hampshire: Dartmouth College
Date founded: 1769
Fun fact: Chris Miller wrote the movie Animal House based on his experience in Dartmouth’s Alpha Delta Phi fraternity.
New Jersey: Princeton University
New Mexico: New Mexico State University
New York: Vassar College
North Carolina: Elon University
North Dakota: Valley City State University
Ohio: Kenyon College
Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma
Oregon: Lewis and Clark College
Date founded: 1867
Fun fact: The heavily forested campus, set in a quiet neighborhood of Portland, feels more like a park than a college. One of the highlights: A peaceful reflecting pool offering views of nearby Mount Hood.
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore College
Rhode Island: Brown University
South Carolina: College of Charleston
Date founded: 1770
Fun fact: There have been a handful of movies and TV shows filmed at this well-manicured campus, including The Notebook,General Hospital, and Cold Mountain.
South Dakota: Augustana University
Tennessee: Sewanee: The University of the South
Date founded: 1857
Fun fact: Nicknamed “The Mountain,” Sewanee’s campus is made up of Gothic-style architecture spread across the Cumberland Pleateau overlooking the Tennessee Valley.