It’s one of those things that can be a bit weird. I remember as a teenager, my friends and I would get together and watch movies, play cards, or just hang out. It was a good time, so we didn’t have to think about what to do. We just did it. That being said, I am no longer in college, so I can’t vouch for the validity of this statement. I am pretty sure it still exists.
A lot of college students love to party, whether it’s a fraternity party or a dance party. It’s a great time to hang out with friends, get drunk, get silly, and generally party. I, however, am no longer in college. I havent been to college since I was 16.
I was an undergrad student at Seattle University in 2002. I wasnt in the dorms, I was in my dorm room. I was a very popular guy. I was also in the same fraternity as a kid who killed a bunch of people. I was never in trouble for it. I am very lucky I was not a murderer, though. My fraternity was very strict in their dress code. I got in trouble if I bought a sports bra that wasnt in the right size.
Since I was not allowed to buy sports bras in my dorm room, I wore a thong to class and my friend was like, “You should wear a thong, you can go out tonight, go to the movies, talk to the guys.” And I was like, “Ok, I will.” And he was like, “Oh yeah, the guys are gonna be there.
He was right. Everyone there was dressed in flannel shirts and hoodies, and one of my sorority sisters was wearing a red dress. I could not believe it, my friends were like, “Oh, that’s so normal.” I was the only one dressed in the right fashion and I got to wear the flannel shirt, hoodie, and thong.
In college, I was a bit less of a “I look like a hippie”, but I definitely didn’t wear flannel shirts and hoodies with a thong in it, lol. That said, I do have a weird fascination with flannel shirts and hoodies. It’s just so much cooler than anything I can do with jeans. I guess it’s just part of what makes me a nerd, lol.
It’s important to remember that there’s a difference between dressing like a nerd and being a nerd. For example, I don’t dress like a nerd all the time, but I wear the right clothes, have the right accessories, and listen to the right music to create a nerd persona. Similarly, seattle university campus life is more of a nerd lifestyle than a nerd lifestyle. Its a bit more casual than the life we live on campus, and its a bit less stuffy.
Seattles university campus life is essentially a laid-back, semi-professional lifestyle, where no one cares about your opinion, and you can basically have anything you want. This doesn’t really apply to the university, where the professors are usually very snobby and the student body is very strict and “proper.” But on the college campus, you can wear anything you want, and the professors are usually going to be your best friend.
One of the things that makes it feel so much better is that no one is judging you. This is a campus that values individuality, not conformity. The university doesn’t care if you look like you just stepped off the pages of the New York Times. Its all about being yourself, and you should have a bunch of people to play with.
And thats exactly what you get with the University of Seattle. These days there’s a huge array of clubs to join, and they have a fun and friendly atmosphere. If you want to be in that ‘cool club’ you have to be willing to do anything and be willing to be a part of the clique that gets you into the club in the first place.