Since ASU has been rated as one of the top party schools with the hottest girls, I suppose the stereotype is that most students are a bunch of partying alcoholics with crazy parties who frequently skip class and end up dropping out. But like all stereotypes, it is inaccurate. Sure, SOME students may live that type of lifestyle, but I know of far more who do not.
There's a division along Palm walk, the east side of campus are the engineers and the west side are not. There's a bit of a stereotype that those on the west side are not as bright as those on the east. We have the stereotype of being a party school. We have the stereotype of having the best looking girls.
The girls are all blonde, dumb, and obsessed with fashion and sororities. The guys are all Abercrombie clones who get drunk all the time. People come here to party. Everyone has an STD. ASU is huge and impersonal, and you can skate through classes.
One stereotype normally associated with ASU is that it is a huge party school designed for students who only want to party and not go to school. Another, more toward the students, is that ASU is like "Barbie and Ken go to colloge."
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