In some ways, but there is also a prevalent group who does not fit the stereotypes. Drinking may seem like it is a big part of life, but there are always plenty of activities during the weekend that do not involve drinking.
Not really all of them. MOst people are white, a lot are wealthy, everyone is intelligent, some are religious, but its not a big deal if you're not, and many people do drink, but many choose not to- and its no problem.
We do have enough snobs running around, propagating the stereotypes, that by senior year I'm ready for a slightly more diverse crowd. But the stereotypes certainly don't encapsulate the majority of the student body.
NO! A lot of students at BC are from affluent families and communities but a majority of the students are well-grounded and vested in service and social concerns, so money is not necessarily a derisive force.
I would say that people at BC know how to have a good time but also put their academics high on their priority list. It is not necessary to be religious here. It is more important to be open to others.
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