There wasn't really a stereotype when I was applying to go to Berkeley. Once I was there I realized that there were too many different people for their to be a stereotype. The students are from all over the place and of different backgrounds. The only "group" of kids I can say you'll see at the Woodland Park campus are the soccer guys. Other than that, the school didn't have a stereotype of the students.
We are a very diverse group of students, so while there may be stereotyping from the outside looking it, the majority of diverse students get a long so well. It is alarming going to a school where there are so many different cultures, but it makes the learning experience so much more interesting.
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