I feel like I kind of blend in on campus. To me, it seems that there are two or three types of groups at Wheelock: the partiers, the activists, and those in-between who are just at school to do school. There isn't a lot of opportunity for those of us who identify as “floaters” to interact with each other. I don't want to go out every weekend, but I'm not interested in most of the clubs on campus either. I feel as if the unequal male to female ratio contributes to this issue. The campus is more of a sorority house than a student body. Basically, its hard to find others who have similar identities to you, because the Wheelock campus is not nearly as diverse enough. I am not a “hipster”, I am not a “basic bitch”, I'm just me.