A lot of people think all Tulane students are cokeheads, alcoholics, or both.
Some say that Harvard is the "Tulane of the north", and that Tulane is filled with intelligent and motivated students. A big draw is the proclaimed dedication to service and working in the New Orleans community.
The major stereotype about Tulane is that we are both a party school and a "good" school, that partying and academics manage to coexist. We are also known for extremely slutty women and high prevalence of STD's.
We generally like to have fun but we also like to get stuff done too. A lot of people party a lot but there are also people that don't and thats all fine. Students are from all over the place, but there seems to be a lot from the northeast and the New Orleans area
We're big partiers, the frats and sororitys are very popular, there are rich kids and smart scholarship students but no one really in the middle
Most people think all Tulane kids are wealthy.
Rich Jewish people from the north.
It's a party school.
Many people have the stereotype that most students here are rich kids from the Northeast United States. Also a lot of people think every Tulane student drinks profusely and does drugs.
Rich kids, big party school
I think the main stereotypes for Tulane have something to do with the students being rich brats from the East Coast who just care about partying and getting drunk.
We get a lot of attention for being in New Orleans - city of debauchery - so I've heard people say we're just crazy rich drunkards, living in the Crescent city for four years of constant Mardi Gras.
We work hard and play hard.
We have a lot of money.
spoiled rich kids
That they are very wealthy.
That they drink a lot.
That they are Jewish.
That they are obnoxious and spoiled.
like to party
Tulane students are rich, white, Jewish kids.
Lots of drinking
Many people from the Northeast
A lot of Northeastern Jews, a lot of cocaine
There are a few stereotypes. One is that Tulane students are rich kids from the Northeast who are stuck up do a lot of coke. Another is that we party really hard.
The basic stereotype is a rich, white guy or girl who has more than enough expendable income. Often this stereotype bleeds into using cocaine and other expensive drugs. Also, a stereotype of a Tulane student is that he/she drinks a lot of alcohol.
Most people see Tulane students as rich, materialistic, and self-absorbed.
Snobby, drunks, inconsiderate people.
rich kids that are stuck up
Everyone is Jewish and does drugs.
Some stereotypes that I have heard about Tulane students are that they are rich and snobby.
-Lots of Drinking and Partying
-We live on Burbon Street
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