Williams students are athletes, outdoorsy, and have iron livers.
Sport-oriented outdoors people, work hard play hard.
Williams students are generally stereotyped as rich white New Englanders. They are bright people, no doubt, but not bright enough, or well-connected enough to get into the Ivies. The students are also seen as athletes, kind of educated meatheads.
No one knows where Williams is or what it is. The majority of kids are nerds and they dont know how to party.
Athletic, intellectual private high school alums who wear lots of Lacoste.
That kids are all extremely competitive and grades are always a big deal. Some also say that everyone at Williams is a geek.
Everyone are jocks, students are preppy, students are dorky/bad social life
that the school is made up of rich j crew wearing preppy athletes
snobby, out of touch with the rest of the nation (purple bubble)
Athletic, Rich, Smart
Some stereotypes about Williams are that it is a great, small school that has a lot of money. Williams students are stereotyped as preppy, white, rich, liberal athletes.
They're ridiculously smart and cool.
I believe there are two stereotypes about Williams. The first is that we are all a bunch of wealthy students, and others feel that we are a sort of "jock school."
Williams students tend to be defined on and off-campus by a few keywords: "awkward", "athletic", "intelligent" and probably "granola".
I think we are usually stereotyped as the "work hard, play hard type." I remember reading a college guide that basically accused the campus of being a meeting ground for type A personalities who had drinking problems.
That they're preppy or pretentious.
Preppy, elitist, liberal, polo-shirt-wearing, rich New Englanders.
Preppy, intense, elite, athletic, wealthy, studious, smart, independent
Williams students are usually perceived as smart jocks that might be just a bit too preppy.
Preppy, rich, old money, snobbish, white
Prestigious, preppy, jock, WASP-y, rich school, straight A students
They are really smart and really athletic and everyone is really happy all the time.
Williams students are often thought to be nerdy, wealthy, and snobbish according to my friends at other colleges.
highly academic but very athletic too
That we are wealthy, athletic, and smart.
They are smart. They are rich. They are nice people. They drink a lot. They are not action-packed.
White, elite, wealthy, smart, study really hard, athletic
People often think that all Williams students are athletes, that we are an overwhelmingly jock school. They think that, as non-athletes (or non-varsity athletes), there will be no community or place for them.
That they are preppy, rich, white kids.
Williams students are smart
All Williams students are athletes and party hard.
That we are all Jocks, that we are trapped in the Purple Bubble.
That Williams students are rich, white, and snobbish.
They're all real preppy, the girls aren't so cute.
Athletic, outdoorsy, like to party, well-rounded, intelligent
everyone is wealthy, everyone can really afford Williams, preppy clothes, maybe a little stuck up
Williams students are thought of to be very intelligent, hardworking (sometimes too much so), and athletic.
Williams students are thought of as nerds by non-Williams students. However, there are more jocks here and more partiers than your typical nerd. People also think that Williams students are very studious. This is not usually the case.
Most of us are nerds, most of us aren't very good looking, many are smart jocks
Student body is: preppy, friendly, incredibly smart but laid-back, very athletic/outdoorsy, well-rounded
College is: academically rigorous with a sense of humor, lacks tons of diversity
That it's preppy, too focused on athletics, or, alternately, too focused on studying
4.0 students working hard and partying harder; diverse community;
ambivalent to politics/social issues
That the girls are ugly, that we are all rich and preppy.
Really smart, really cordial (i.e. very nice) but hard to get to know better, all are varsity sports player
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