At Dean, there are no real common stereo-types. Our sports "jocks" are very hardworking (and for the most part humble) students on campus. Sometimes the only time I see them is in class and then usually they are busy with games and practices. The other bigger group of people at Dean are all the students who are dancers or in the arts programs. They take many classes together and are also very busy students on campus, so they often tend to stick together. The great thing about Dean College is that we are a small campus and yet have a very diverse student body. We have an interesting community because we have students that come from many different walks of life, and this allows the students to learn about eachother and come to appreciate eachothers differences.
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