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Written by Lauren Toppenberg
Tulane has a wide variety of guys and girls on campus. The girls tend to dress up more than at your average college campus and put a lot put effort into their appearance. Most guys tend to look average and have the average college wardrobe. Just because this is the majority doesn’t mean that everyone has adopted these looks, however. There a lot of “cool and interesting people” to meet and a lot of them like to have a good time along with studying and being typical intellectual college students.
There are more hookups than actual committed relationships at Tulane, but you’ll still find a lot of people with significant others that live elsewhere. Because of the mild weather, you’ll see girls sunbathing in practically every month of the year, and people tend to wear tank tops and shorts for a majority of the spring and part of the fall semester. When the weather does turn colder, the clothing gets a little more varied, with leggings and boots and jeans and sneakers. If you don’t love someone for their looks, you’ll love them for their intelligence or personality because a lot of the good finds here are the really smart ones. There’s not an abundance of the nerdy-kid stereotype here, nor is there the really preppy stereotype. In fact, there is enough diversity among Tulane students that it’s hard to pick a “typical” student—you really do see a lot of everything. No matter your type is you’re bound to find someone to connect with here.
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