STUDENTS in Bradford kept the Freshers’ Week party going as they hit the town for a cowboy-themed night out.
No doubt some will be nursing a sore head today as not only did they hit the city’s night spots but a few also hit the floor.
Many of the first year students got into the swing of the wild west-themed party and wore Stetson hats and carried toy pistols.
The move by the students is rather controversial after the University of Kent in Canterbury student’s union banned cowboy fancy dress outfits last year, saying the costumes could be seen as “offensive”.
In a statement in October 2018 it claimed: “dressing up as a particular race, culture or stereotype is offensive”.
But by the looks of things the new students in Bradford didn’t have any problems dressing up as they had a wild time before settling down to their studies.
A few though looked like they had trouble staying on their feet as some party-goers were seen sprawled out in the road or even just having a quick sit down before continuing the festivities.
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First year students up and down the country have been enjoying the party atmosphere of Freshers’ Week.
In Portsmouth earlier this week many students donned some seriously revealing outfits to take part in the Big Night Out pub crawl.
Students in Birmingham and Manchester were spotted out and about having a ball as they made new friends ahead of their first term.
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