I'm one of those "scoff in the face of stereotypes" kind of people because I hate labels. Unless they're binder labels because those are really helpful. Anyhow, Brooklyn College has them all. Except for the jocks! Our jocks are pretty academically oriented (the PC term for geeks, okay!). There's a lot of competitive pre-med/pre-health students, the artsy English/Theatre/Music people and the outspoken, well-red philosophy lot. Since we're a commuter campus, we congregate mostly with those we have classes with and are less aware of the other departments. So most of our stereotypes are less personality based and more academic based.
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