I am somewhat of a jack-of-all-trades in dance: swing, break, blues, contra, and capoeira. In academics, I'm similarly multidisciplinary.
Books: The Brothers Karamazov, Neverwhere, After Dark (and other things by Murakami), Vineland
Theater: Avenue Q, Pericles, The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged), The Other Shore
Movies: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Fight Club, Mean Girls, Pi, Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid, Weekend, Coup de Trochon, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Proposition, Paprika
Music: The Submarines, The Pixies, Sufjan Stevens, A Sunny Day in Glasgow, Los Campesinos, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Diplo, Perpetual E-motion, Serph, Feint, Justin Vanderberg, Gorillaz, Ludovico Einaudi, Stanton Lanier, El Ten Eleven, Ok Go, Radiohead
TV: hmm... I don't usually watch TV shows by myself - it's just not satisfying enough when there are so many other things to do. Here's an idea: I will watch whatever you will watch with me, especially if it is comedic. Possibly Look Around You would be a good start to the style of TV I most enjoy. Also, the BBC Sherlock is fun.
Nights that seem to have no morning.
Strange things to discover.
Good music for bad times.
Shade on bright days.
On Monday nights, there's a great "hootenany," an open mic for country/bluegrass music. I didn't used to listen to country or bluegrass, but now that I actually live a few minutes drive from cornfields, I feel this is the right place to try to develop an appreciation for that scene.
More occasional favorites of mine are the occasional swing dance party, the annual insect film festival / petting zoo over at the entomology dept, the Boneyard Arts Festival, and the strange, wonderful techno contras.
You like trying new things and would be interested in going to a weird concert or art show, or exploring one of the many bars that aren't on the usual student circuit.