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Party school reputation

mamaramamamarama Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
edited January 2008 in Lehigh University
How valid it the reputation? Yes, I know everyone is different, but will a serious engineering student be able to find interesting, fun people who are NOT drunk?
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Replies to: Party school reputation

  • MrMountainHawkMrMountainHawk Registered User Posts: 39 Junior Member
    Yes, but they may be high.
  • 2331clk2331clk Registered User Posts: 1,656 Senior Member
    You might find a couple in the library.
  • letsplaybeirutletsplaybeirut Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
    it's reputation as a party school is certainly warranted. but work hard, play hard. don’t instantly assume someone who parties isn’t dedicated to their studies. most people at lehigh party, and most are serious engineering students, the two aren’t mutually exclusive.
  • rogracerrogracer Registered User Posts: 1,205 Senior Member
    Having graduated from both Lehigh and MIT, I would say, sure, Lehigh has its share of partiers. But, on balance, there were far more "distractions" living in Cambridge/Boston then there ever was at Lehigh....and I don't hear people knocking MIT for *that*.
  • Whistle PigWhistle Pig - Posts: 4,093 Senior Member
    Probly 'cause those distracted were prepped at ... Lehigh! ;) One thing we can speculate about rog ... you are one smart cookie. And after all those Allentown/Cambridge winters you landed in Orlando ... :cool: VERY!
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