Shy and introverted for the most part.
My classmates are nice, helpful, caring, and supportive.
My classmates all seem to know what they want in life and are taking every opportunity possible to reach for their goal.
My classmates are eager to learn and understand the world around them.
They have very diverse points of view, but all are very friendly and open.
My classmates are sheltered by the "Transy Bubble". They are consumed by campus life (sororities/ fraternities) that they lose sight of reality. Most have no idea what is going on in the rest of the world, nor do they care. The most important part of their lives is where the party is and who is dating who this week. There is a limited amount of diversity in result to the "Transy Bubble" that doesn't seem to include differences in the mix. In their minds it doesn't matter because its who you know know really what you know.
They are all easygoing laid back people who are all wanting to do the best that they can for later.
My classmates are like fellow soldiers: there to combat the school work together, and there to have fun on our free time.
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