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Written by Nancy Blayney
For the most part, the College of Charleston campus is an attractive one, and with the nearly-constant warm weather, students aren’t afraid to display what they have to offer to the opposite sex. Usually what you‘ll find is that girls are sweet and conservative during the day and provocative at night, while guys will most likely roll out of bed after an afternoon nap and wear the same thing to a party that they’ve been wearing all day. There seems to be an abundance of preppy girls, and preppy guys who have gotten a little bit lazy, but no student ever complains about a dearth of attractive people. They’re everywhere.
Naturally, the caliber of the student body shouldn’t be the motivating factor in choosing a college, but if it’s at the very bottom of your list, they’ve got you covered at CofC. With students from all over the country and the world, you’re sure to find your type somewhere, depending on the scene. The only complaint that students at the College have is the uniformity of guys and girls. This complaint comes from both ends of the gender pool. The same or different, students here are generally attractive. Even going to class can be a festival for the eyes. Walking down the street in Charleston is like window-shopping or observing fine art. Though, after a while, the paintings start to look the same.
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