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Written by Nicole Frail
Several years back, there was a wedding held on the campus Greenway. The inseparable pair of Wilkes alumni wanted to say their vows at the very place they met. How sweet. (Romance rejects, barf now.) It's no wonder that many find their soulmate on the Wilkes University campus. Many are hot, smart, and if you are lucky, both. While there are many college gals who come to class in their PJs and knotty hair in a bun and baseball cap, the majority of Wilkes chicks dress to impress. With many of the students coming from major cities and the Philly, New York, and New Jersey suburbs, there is an incredible sense of fashion among Wilkes ladies, and even men. And there are plenty of laid-back, girl-next-door types as well who do not succumb to whatever law of fashion is currently being enforced.
As far as the gents, there are plenty of hotties. With Wilkes having seven men's varsity athletic sports, you can bet on lots of guys with a great build. Most Wilkes men would be classified as your rugged or preppy guy-the Abercrombie-&-Fitch type. There are also those who dress less conventionally. The school should perhaps have more people like this, as with the fashion queens and preppy guys ruling campus, there are always "the girls are stuck-up" and "the guys are typical jocks" comments. Appearance shouldn't mean those things, but stereotypes are easy to forge.
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