sorority girls are drunk and loose
I'm not really too sure about any stereotypes, besides that we are all supposed to be really smart and studious?
everyone parties a lot, everyone is obnoxious when it comes to sports, we will sing rocky top whereever we go
you have the frat boys and sorority girls, the hippies, the jocks, the smart people, Asians, the church people, the party people
Well if it is from the north that we are stupid and we don't wear shoes. Don't know where that one comes from? I think everyone else from the south doesn't really have a problem with us.
The students at UTK do not study and party.
I believe that there is a stereotype that UTK students are not challenged and educated well at the University of Tennessee. I also feel that people believe that UTK is not very diversified.
That we all like to drink an obscene amount of alcohol and that we only care about football.
We are all party preppy students.
That we party hard, Love football
I believe some stereotypes are that UTK is a party school and that all of our students are drinkers. Also, there's the stereotype of that our parents pay for everything,.
That we party all the time
We love football and get wasted.
obsessed with football, absorbed with being in a frat or sorority, party animals.
"Big Orange Screw"
That we all party!
Party all the time, football school
That it's a party school and that the classes are not hard.
UTK and UF are constantly head to head for the ranking of #1 party school. A big stereotype is that we don't care about school we just want to party.
That we are hard core football fans!
UTK is known as an ugly campus with lots of bums and homeless people. UTK has a stereotype for being a football campus because of all the orange!
that they do nothing but party and do not care about academics, also that we only care about football and basketball
That UT is a party school and every student is drunk a good majority of the time.
I think a huge stereotype is that we are white conservative Christians. We don't ever study and all we care about is sports.
I've heard that people see UTK students as rednecks and stupid people
big greek society, football obsessed, redneck
That UTK is just an athletic school.
A lot of people feel like UTK students are huge party kids that don't work hard.
hippie, materalistic, soroity slut, frat tat
country hicks, rednecks, partiers
Many people think since we are from the south we are less educated. The Univeristy is known fo the "Big Orange Screw" and makes it hard for students to graduate within four years.
frat guys are drunks and soroity girls are whores
Huge partiers, the girls sleep around, not into academics.
We party 24/7
Party all the time, heavy drinkers
southern football school, preppy girls and guys, all pretty, skinny, and alcoholics. Party A LOT
Partying is more important than studying and the sports program is better than the academics.
That they are all rich sorority girls and boy ;)
Southern Accent, Dumb, Illiterate.
One of the top party schools
We drink too much party too much and treat football as a religion
We drink too much and love to party
Party School, Just Care about football
Stereotypically, we drink a lot and we don't go to class, but of course there are those who feel UTK students help out the community through philanthropy events and environmental improvements. UTK students, as well as all college students, will always get discriminated against because of the lazy stereotype
Partiers, Drinkers, it is in awful condition, run down
people think that UTK students are all alcoholics
From around Memphis, I've heard that we are a bunch of party animals and soon to be alcoholics. I've also heard that our school is not very academic oriented.
some stereotypes are that fraternities and sororities are only about social events and partying when really they are about sisterhood/brotherhood and philanthropies.
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