Over the years I have gone to numerous events at the Aquatic Center, Teen Center, and Sports Center, and I have participated in a triathlon relay with friends. I also swim laps in the morning occasionally, and I have taken their very fun and skillful Junior Lifeguard training course (they also offer the official Red Cross lifeguard training course). The facility is quite new, and is very well kept. The Silliman Center also has a cafe that serves real food in real time. What makes the Silliman Center different from other places is that 1. All the lifeguards are attentive and helpful, 2. the locker rooms are clean, and 3. the facility features not only its famous aquatic center (water slides, lazy river, shallow kids' activity pool, lap pool, and spa), but a teen center (rooms are stocked with billiards, board games, and up-to-date video games), a sports center (huge basketball courts, badminton, and other sports), fitness center (state-of-the-art fitness equipment, aerobics and other fitness classes), and an enormous back field (soccer, baseball, softball, and track). The Silliman Center also offers many camps and courses. All of the above reasons make the Silliman Center a great place to exercise or to just hang out and have fun.