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What the students are saying about:

Vassar College

Vassar College

Not too long ago, Vassar was an all-women’s liberal arts college with an emphasis on literature and expanding the cultural horizons of its students. With the introduction of men into the student population, times they are a’ changing. Now boasting a 2:3 male to female student ratio, the men of Vassar College have a real leg up on their competitors at other schools. As a female student reports, “Men are high demand here since there are few of them, even fewer that are straight, and even fewer that are single. Guys who fit this bill will have girls all over them.” But it’s not just the uneven number of males and females that creates a strong hook-up environment. “Lust is simply in the air” at left-leaning Vassar, where “conversation topics almost always revolve around sex, gossip or music.” There’s even an official school publication called Squirm: “a journal of smut and sensibility, exploring sex and sexuality, involving lots of nudity and non-mainstream attitudes about sex.” All this said, one student offers an important caveat: “Vassar College is lovely and small. There are many hook-ups on campus, but – as with any small school – be prepared to run into that guy or girl all the time from then on out. Sometimes it’s fine. Other times, it can get a bit awkward.” Consider yourselves warned.