In 2007, The Princeton Review gave UNH the number seven spot on its annual list of party schools. This reinforced the familiar stereotype that already exists for public universities-we're a group of kids who see every night as a drinking night (just call them "Why Not Wednesdays") and every day as another class we're hungover for, if we make it there at all. If you buy into this, then you've probably heard that the only thing we use our backpacks for is transporting beer from one party to the next, where we'll chug it, funnel it and then stagger downtown for a slice of pizza. Since we're also a big hockey school, we've gotten a reputation for being rowdy and rioting in the streets. And sure, a lot of us do don hockey jerseys and really do love the sport, but for the rest of us, it's the same thing as Cinco De Mayo, the last night of finals or a friend's birthday. It's an excuse to get drunk.
that everyone parties alot
UNH typically gets stereotyped as a party school.
That we are "hickish" and that many people are from the country.
party school. beautiful campus
UNH is known to be a big party school, where mostly all are stereotyped to be big partiers
In state majority student population
we are all sheltered. we are cliqueish.
UNH is said to be a big party school.
They are all hippies and pot heads
students like to party - a lot
That we party a lot and that we live around a lot of farms.
That its a party school.
UNH students drink too much or spend too much time partying. People say that UNH is all New Hampshire kids and hippies.
I do not think that there are stereotypes about UNH as a whole, but more as small groups. For example many people think that UNH consits of "hicks" from New Hampshire. People think that the athletes here at UNH are cocky because our sports teams do so well. They think that the Greeks on campus are big partiers and cause problems all the time...
snobby, rich, hippies
wealthy, all girls basically wear the same clothes, most love to party
Sororities and Fraternaties are not good. UNH is a party school. All UNH students do is party, a lot.
UNH is a hard school to get into. UNH is a party school. UNH students get good jobs right out of college.
Average middle to upper class kids who like to party.
-average upper, middle class
big "pot smoking" campus
that UNH is a party school, frats and sororities are pinpointed as partiers.
Big party school
UNH is a party school.
That it is a big party school since we were ranked #7 on princeton review last year. Another stereotype is that it is a big hockey school.
Greek members are people whos social life revolve around drinking and partying.
I don't think there are many stereotypes, but maybe that Greek life is all about partying.
Dont study, all white
It is a big party school.
It is a party school. It is easy to get in and people can do minimum work and just get by
Its a party school. Most people are from New Hampshire. It has good athletics.
That UNH is not diverse - there is no cultural diversity. Coming from New Hampshire, it was thought that UNH was a sort of 'High School Reuninon'.
Students at UNH can be stereotyped as party people.
"We are the #7 party school, so all we do is get drunk every night"
" fraternities are places where girls go and get drunk and then they get raped"
" sororities are just a group of girls that pay for their friends"
UNH is a party school. All the students do is party.
Party school, stoners, hippies, in the woods
instate students are "not smart"
everyone drinks...a lot
That unh is a huge party school
UNH is mostly white, greek life only likes to party, sororities are mean and haze
"university of no hope"
"university of no homework"
That we party too much, drink alot, are rowdy, and always find a way to get arrested.
Pot heads, liberals, hockey fans, hicks and/or "mountain people"
party animals, drinkers, frat boys, meatheads, hicks.
Party school, wild, University of No Hope
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