My classmates are driven and competitive but quick to help out another student.
My classmates are all from around Louisiana, but some from other parts of the country.
My classmates are very differentiated in every which way.
My classmates are unique with a wide variety of talents whether it be football players or talented actors. Many of them are extremely focused and they are for the most part extremely friendly to everyone. LSU's campus has ehnic variation which makes it so special.
Classmates will lend notes if you missed class.
My classmates are very focused and attentive, listening to lecturing, asking questions, and feverously taking down notes.
My classmates are truelly amazing, down to earth, love to have fun and enjoy live, southern men and women!
My classmates like to have a good time but still keep their lofty career goals in mind.
Energetic students who love to drink and watch football! But, most are dedicated to studying and academics during the week.
Most are from a middle class background, tend to lean right, and are laid back and affable. I didn't get into the Greek scene.
It is a state school and everyone has their reasons for going but there are people of every religion, race and character.
Diverse in life style.
They all look the same. There are very few minorities.
Again, there is a place for everyone. Your place might not be the majority, but there are people like you waiting to be found. The majority are from in state, but students like myself who are out of state should have no trouble adjusting if they are open minded and outgoing. Get involved early and it will pay off in the long run! Financial backgrounds have a broad spectrum...dirt poor/paying on loans to filthy rich/driving landrovers
I really do not pay any attention to this since I've always considered that the school should be free of any racial/religious/political/financial discussion. School should be about school and this is all I care about. The rest... is nonsense and when people care more about the collaterals... there is a problem!
When it comes to the international students, most of them tend to keep together and get attached to cultural organizations.
LSU is extremely diverse. No student would feel out of place. Students seem to wear the most comfortable yet appropriate attire possible. Yes some different types of students interact usually by means of clubs and other organizations. There would be two tables of Americans consisting of black, white, asian, and hispanic students. The other two tables would be a mix of foreign Indian students and foriegn asian students. Many of these foreign students are graduate students. Most students from LSU are probabaly from Louisiana. Middle class to Upper class would be the most prevalent. Students are very politically active and aware of the current issues. There is probably a good mix of all three. However it is often percieved that LSU students leave with views tending to the right. Yes, we often build air castles with future earnings. It gives us something to look forward to.
NOONE can feel out of place at LSU. There is such a variety of people. Most students wear t-shirts and jeans and tennis shoes to class. I don't really know much about my friends financial situations because it's not really important and it doesn't really effect my relationships.
No student would feel out of place at LSU. LSU is extremely diverse and there are groups for just about any type of religion/rage/etc. on campus! Most students wear t-shirts and jeans, or sweat pant type pants. Different types of students do interact, most LSU students are from Louisiana, Texas, Florida, and the other Southeastern states. Most student's financial background are middle to upper-middle class.
There are many races on campus and students from all parts of the world. Our multicultural and international student centers are well publicized and have events going on constantly. The gay and lesbian community is also very welcome here. There are organizations for LGBT people, but even for those who don't feel like being that radical, there are plenty of gay people around campus who are fitting in just like anyone else as well as a couple of well-known gay bars. We have recently had several gay student government leaders and homecoming court members and royalty. The Indie/Bohemian/punk crowds are also very accepted and there are several bars that cater to them as well as the on campus radio station 91.1 KLSU which plays mostly alternative and independent music. The greek community is also big. Fraternity and Sorority Rows have large, beautiful houses. Greeks are very clickish, just like at every university, but if that's your thing you will definitely find a frat or sorority you like at LSU. People at LSU are very politically aware and active. There are student democrat and republican organizations and the Manship School of Mass Communication offers a unique Political Communication bachelor's degree that a lot of aspiring politicians and future law students major in. They are constantly hosting speakers in the political arena to speak to students. Though there is a mixture of left and right winged students, I would say that in general our campus is a little more liberal than conservative.
The outsider religious nuts who frequent Free Speech Alley can be annoying sometimes, but they are mostly just silly. It gets old seeing them all of the time, especially on Tuesdays.
I am a lesbian, and I find that most students are at least respectful of that. Most students are used to it because most of them have gay friends and/or relatives...However, I had a negative experience at a LSU football game. A friend and I were sitting in the heart of the student section. Some guys got in my way, so I asked them to move. As a result, I was harassed over my somewhat androgynous looks until the boys left the stadium at halftime. They were very drunk and rude to people. It seems that you do not have to be gay to experience that sort of thing. Straight friends of mine have had the exact same problem and chose not to sit in the student section anymore...Also, anti-gay slurs are often used as insults toward the opposing team. LSU students can be very immature at sports events.
I find that the Jewish members of Hillel are very friendly. They are currently hosting a "Queerly Jewish" film series with GBLSU.
The Women's Center has some active members who are a lot of fun. They usually have events on a weekly basis.
I see all kinds of people forming friendships around campus. There is a lot of racial diversity.
LSU students are beginning to develop their political beliefs. I find many younger students to be naive but enthusiastic. A lot of students are conservative because their parents are. That does not mean they will remain that way by the time they graduate. LSU also has a healthy number of liberal and moderate students. It is hard to say what group has the highest number of the three.
Rarely do I ever hear of students mentioning what they plan to make "one day." Not many people are specific about that.
Every type of person from every walk of life attends LSU. Don't know anyone? Trust me, you'll find your niche. It's hard to be on the outs at this school.
Louisiana is known for its hospitality, friendly attitude and natural southern charm. LSU is no different- we exude inclusiveness.
To class, you can pretty much wear whatever you want. Sweatpants, t-shirts, cute tops, jeans, shorts, whatever. Don't dress up too much, though, or you might feel a bit out of place within the lazy college kids. And don't dress too down, or you might end up on Tiger Weekly's worst dressed list. If you do, don't worry too much-- they blur out your face.
The Greek kids are the only ones that really show off their money. Northface backpacks and jackets, pearls, boat shoes.. Greeks are so cookie cutter here you can tell who they are right away.
When it comes to LSU's student body, the one word that comes to mind is "diversity". I have to admit, the greek life on campus is prominent, but not limited to only that. There are all the usual types of students; anything from race to style can set students apart from one another. The typical clothing seen on campus is casual: North Face fleece, jeans, Sperrys. A lot of LSU students are from cities around Louisiana, but there are also a lot from Texas and Mississippi.
i hate them
yes sometimes, in class, or when required
i don't do the dining hall
new orleans/ baton rouge/ texas/ mandeville
upper middle class i guess
a lot of them are
left, i think
not that i've ever heard
I really havent had any racial/religious/LGBT/socio-economic experiences.
Probably someone from Iraq or of that racial background because we dont have too many of that race at LSUE.
Most students wear just a casual Tshirt and jeans to class and some get a little more dressed up.
Yes, people who werent friends in high school are even socializing at LSUE.
The four tables would have to be the people who went to high school together, the really smart people, the people who are kind of outcasts, and the normal people.
Most LSU students are from the Eunice or about 20 minutes radius.
Average income is most prominent.
Most students are aware polically.
No most studnets dont talk about their incomes.
Just like every other community of people you have all types of diversity. For the most part everybody gets along and interacts with each other. Students are definately politically aware. Most are right wing but there are some left wing extremist. And students definately talk about making tons of money when the get out of LSU.
There is a lot of underlng racism at LSU that i thik is more traditonal than rational. Any student could feel at home at LSU. All finacial backgrounds are prevalent due to thr TOPS program. Students are very politcally aware and active. Predominantly right with a minority of extreme left.
The student body at LSU is open to many different types of people. We have students from all races and religious backgrounds. Since this is the south their is a pretty small population of LGBT but the community is friendly to everyone. Student typically go to class very casual:jeans, shorts and tshirts. Most days I can get dressed for class in less then 10 min.
Most of LSU students are from the state of Louisiana because of a government funded payment called TOPS. Students from Lousisana with TOPS get their tuition to any Lousisana college payed for by the state. This is a huge incentive for these students to go to LSU.
The students that I have contact with at LSU are usually conservative and want people to know it. Students are very politically involved on campus because of the elections that are coming up this year. People stand out in free speech ally and handout fliers about their views. This is a very interesting time to be a student because so many different political views are coming out on campus.
Due to having a prominent Black college in Baton Rouge (Southern University), LSU is mainly White.
Student's dress very casual. T-shirts and Polo shirts are most common.
The vast majority of students are from Louisiana.
Politically aware: yes, active: slightly.
From the political talk I have heard, LSU is conservative.
I FEEL THAT LSU IS DIVIDED RACIALLY, ESPECIALLY WITH BLACK AND WHITES. AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDENTS WOULD FEEL OUT OF PLACE AT LSU. SOMETIMES BLACK, WHITE, AND OTHER RACES AT LSU INTERACT TOGETHER, BUT IT IS NOT FREQUENT. THE STUDENTS AT THE TABLES IN THE DINING HALL WOULD BE BLACK, WHITE, ABRAB, OR ANOTHER RACE. MOST LSU STUDENTS ARE FROM LOUISIANA. MOST STUDENTS AT LSU HAVE TOPS OR THEIR PARENTS MAKE ALOT OF MONEY. YES, STUDENTS ARE POLITICALLY AWARE AND ACTIVE AT LSU. THE STUDENTS ARE CENTERED. YES, STUDENTS TALK ABOUT HOW MUCH MONEY THEY WANT TO WHEN HE OR SHE GRADUATES.
I am good friends with some of the members of the LGBT, religious, and racial organizations on campus. As for what students feel out of place, I can not group them because I have noticed that no matter what group, social class, or race you are, there is always someone that may feel out of place. Most students wear normal cloths, granted some may dress nicer than others or dress in their PJ's. I feel that many different types of students interact on a daily basis. I don't quite understand the four tables thing, but I can say that it is a motley crew of people from all walks of life sitting together in the dinning hall. Most LSU students are from in state. I think the middle class background is what is most prevalent on campus. There is a lot of politically active students on campus, even clubs for both political parties are on campus. I think there is almost an even split of political sides here at LSU.
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