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Written by David Glidden
Average is the best word to use when describing guys and girls at GW. You’ll find very good-looking guys and girls and less attractive individuals, but most students fall in the middle of the spectrum. You have to pick your way through the self-absorbed guys and stuck-up girls, but many GW students are worthy of friendship. Though there are a lot of stuck-up people on campus, friendship also depends on your attitude. If you take the time to get to know people, most are nice. And those who are more into their Gucci sunglasses and Ugg boots than your friendship are probably not worth your time.
More than looks, people’s passion for the activities they are involved in can make them desirable. There are dateable people in every organization, residence hall, and party. For the most part, the hotties stick together when it comes to fraternities and sororities. The athletic studs are in Pi Kappa Psi. Delta Gamma has the best-looking girls, but sometimes has the reputation of being airheads. Other sororities are a real mixture of the good-looking and not-so-good-looking. Hottie or nottie, GW students are very involved in on and off-campus activities and internships. The cute guy in Sig Ep may not just be a typical frat guy you see at parties. He is probably also involved in a cultural group, political organization, or sports team. Major complaints from the female population are that there are fewer guys than girls and that a lot of the guys are not interested in girls.
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