(Original post by Phobia27)
I genuinely don't think I've seen one emo yet at Loughborough uni so far, let alone a group of them.
Although I'm sure there are probably some societies like those for alternative music etc so the OP should probably consider joining/creating these.
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alternative kids? how many of them are there at uni? watch
- 18-04-2011 01:41
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(Original post by superwolf)
- 25-04-2011 11:25
I think most people who've answered so far have ignored the fact that some people have no choice but to be 'alternative' or whatever you want to call it. Some people are just different, and were never going to fit in at school, no matter how they dressed or acted.
But to answer your original question OP, I've found that in general people at uni are a lot more mature and broadminded (although I have come across the odd exception who still likes to bully and exclude people). So I think it's far more likely that people at uni will accept you for what you are.
- 12-05-2011 15:32
At Uni you will get judged for your music taste.
Happened to me, people couldnt understand why I'd rather go to gigs than go clubbing and by the end got plain out angry an hated me for having a different music taste.
- 12-05-2011 15:41
Like, oh mah gawd, university is so mainstream.
- 12-05-2011 21:39
- 13-05-2011 22:38
just dont go to durham. yuo'll get bullied so hard if you don't invest in jack wills.
this obviously a terrible thing and a lot of people at durham are narrow minded.
just warning you x