Binge Drinking Campus
Everyone drinks and drinks all the time. Sorority girls are uppity and slutty. Fraternity men are horny drunks.
UND students drink a lot
If you are from ND you are not going to be far enough away from the people you went to highschool with
big drinking school... anybody can get into the school...
Crazy hockey fans.
UND is a party school and not a lot of people study.
um that were all farm folk but we are way differnt
There is nothing to do in Grand Forks but drink alcohol
That we are a bunch of hicks on the prarie who have an aerospace school and that's it.
None that I can think of...
We're typical mid-westerners. Some people might call us racist, or uncultured.
UND Students are 99.99% white, midwestern, conservative, closed-minded, alcoholics.
We are a huge drinking school.
One stereotype is that every student that goes to UND is an aviation student. NOT TRUE. UND has lots of other great majors to choose from. For being a school in a small state, they have nearly everything you'd ever want to major in.
We do not know much about diversity because of where we are located.
I guess I am not positive, but probably that people from North Dakota don't have much experience in cultural differences or much education about culture. Or that all we do is farm here.
Hockey is said to be huge here, and people say it is always cold and windy up here.
Everyone is here for aviation.
Everyone parties a lot.
A bunch of hichs, drunks, for greeks jocks and whores.
Some people say UND students are rich kids, all really smart, and sometimes small town.
Big drinkers, hard workers
Huge binge drinkers. rich kids. easy degrees.
??? Don't really know any.
That it's a party school, everyone only cares about drinking, the classes are really easy and academics aren't challenging.
Many of them do not contribute to the school and community.
That the student are just partying all the time.
That there is nothing to do here.
That the environment is extremely conservative.
all we do is drink
huge party school, everyone drinks
Party-goers, athletic, intelligent, well-rounded individuals
Stereotypes of sororities and fraternities.
Some sterotypes about UND students are that we're all big partiers and alcoholics. One stereotype that I feel personally because I am from Grand Forks is that its the easy college to pick since it's in my hometown, or that I'm not independent from my parents because I'm in the same town still.
i dont know
The main stereotype about UND students is that they all party and binge drink. There are also various stereotypes involved in different organizations. Such as what all aviation students are like or what Honors participants are like.
That it is fricking cold here. That we drink a lot. That we love hockey.
binge drinkers, frat and sorority stereotypes - like "animal house"
that Greeks are drunks and athletes are privledged
They like to drink, they are really loud, and throw really big partys.
We are huge drinkers.
You have to be in a fraternity or sorority to be involved in campus leadership. We are all small-town hicks from farms. All we do is drink.
This is only a party school for students that are from the Midwest.
A main stereotype that is mentioned when people talk about UND is binge drinking. Also that UND is an easy school and you don't have to work much to get good grades.
They party all the time.
not a very diverse campus. Either from North Dakota, Minnesota, or South Dakota
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