Well there are a lot of "nerds" there are also a lot of bros, most of them varsity players, but find the right guys and this school can be more fun than half the top ranked party schools... do some research on Hoboken and NYC and you'll understand. As far as the girls go, that is pretty accurate, but being in Hoboken and next to so many other, larger schools find girls should be no problem if you know what you're doing.
Not really. You have some people who are really sociable and outgoing as soon as they get to Stevens, but there are also some people who are really shy and quiet. What's great is that most of the people at school were the smart ones in their class at some point, so no one alienates each other for being smart or a little awkward. I have never, ever, ever, ever seen anyone get bullied at school or mocked to the point of tears- something that's all too common in high school.
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