Serious party school.
Mostly KY kids from the eastern/central KY that couldn't get into better state schools. ]
Real suitcase college - most kids oack up and go home every weekend, especially those not in a greek org.
People say EKU is a huge party school.
People say that EKU is a bunch of hicks from KY
Some stereotypes that I have been hearing are that we are rich snobby kids, driving around in porsches. I also hear that Eastern is all about the parties, and everybody is always drunk or high.
* Small school with little to offer.
* No diversity.
* Suitcase College
* Party School
+ That they're a bunch of hill billies that have never been off of the farm before.
+ That they are not very friendly towards Gay and Lesbian students.
+ that their male professors are sexist.
+ that the food in the cafeteria sucks.
+ Their dorms are falling down OLD from the 60's!
+ The "justice" part of the school is a mile away from the rest of the campus
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