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Cliques at NCSU?

victorious86victorious86 0 replies2 threads New Member
What are your experiences with cliques in cultural clubs like ASA, KSA, TSA, VSA and other cliquey groups? Sororities and fraternities etc?

How do you deal with cliquey friends on campus?
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  • EsselEssel 236 replies7 threads Junior Member
    The school is so huge, you'll find your group, don't worry about it! With kids at both UNC and State, I'd say the "clique" thing is more a thing at UNC. There's a bit more posturing and "keeping up" there, as opposed to Sate, where most kids on campus seem to be unapologetically nerdy! Things may be different off-campus, but that is the impression we've had over the past two years.
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