I like to think that Scripps women come in all shapes, sizes and flavors. There are those of us who enjoy partying every night and those who would rather stay in with a few friends and a movie. We are pretty much a spectrum. However, I was told by a student at a fellow 5C that there are three types of Scripps woman: 1. Scrippsie--your average Scripps girl: smart, fun, cute, enjoys friends/hanging out, but isn't a crazy party animal. 2. Scrippi-nazi--crazy ultra-feminists who get angry at the use of words like "mankind" and generally hate men or are hardcore man-hating lesbians. 3. Scripper--yeah, he went there. He said that Scrippers [yes, like 'stripper'] were crazy party animals who generally had too much of men and alcohol.
One guy from another campus said the stereotype for Scripps students was "either very studious or 'loose.'" Some also think that because we're a women's college, we don't allow guys on our campus and will blow our "rape whistles" if we see a guy on campus.
Scripps students are often stereotyped as feminists, lesbians, or "easy" women. Urbandictionary.com explains more of these stereotypes.
Positive ones: Feminists, speaks her mind, successful, attractive Negative: rich princesses/Daddy's girls, easily offended
I feel that many people think Scripps women are all lesbians, completely boy crazy, or just plain mean.
I think there are three main Scripps stereotypes: 1. artsy bookworms 2. party girls 3. lesbians
There is an unoriginal, expected stereotype that Scripps College breeds gender-elitist women.
1. Raging Feminazis and/or Lesbians 2. Party girl/Promiscuous 3. Prudes
daddy's girl, feminist
Typically, the other colleges on campus view Scripps' women as outspoken, intelligent and confident for the most part. There are also the stereotypes that burden every women's college. For example, we all must be lesbian which is not true but there are students of multiple sexual orientations who attend our school. There is also the stereotype that we are all huge feminist. I believe that every student's stance on feminism is different to some degree. We all are so different but have this desire to succeed which is the amazing aspect of the student body. The stereotypes don't even seem to fit after one encounters so many women from so many different backgrounds and cultures interacting together to make the campus environment nothing less than great.