Ghetto, hood, blackish...The official school language is ebonics.
ODU's first stereotype would have to be that it's "ghetto" WRONG! I'm from Northern VA and I live minutes away from Southeast DC, so I know what ghetto is. It's true there are alot of Black and African Americans on campus and down there but it's actually more diverse then you think which is one of the main reasons why I chose to go to ODU and is the second sterotype ODU has- diversity. We have students of every color, shape, size, race, religion, ethnicity and nationality AND internatinal/foreign exchange students as well.
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