Gawker "strikes" again

Hilary Moss ’08 called this to our attention:

Wesleyan Students are all Models!

Edit: Xue is hijacking this post to share her favorite comment:

I stand by my position that Wesleyan has a disproportionate amount of style & hotness per capita. The heavy NYC influence has something to do with it, but it’s bigger than that. Because it’s a small New England college it gets slept on for the fuckability of its student body, but I was certainly acutely aware of it. And even if I hadn’t recognized it, my visiting friends from reputable party schools (Penn, UVA, NYU, ZooMAss) raved about Wesleyan ass so profusely it was hard not to see it.

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14 thoughts on “Gawker "strikes" again

  1. Anonymous

    gawker is kinda stupid and has really bad taste, but you should read some of the comments from some of their “auditioned and approved” commenters—really bad taste, absolutely clueless about wes, and really just downright stupid in their failing quest to be clever all the time.

  2. Anonymous

    gawker is kinda stupid and has really bad taste, but you should read some of the comments from some of their “auditioned and approved” commenters—really bad taste, absolutely clueless about wes, and really just downright stupid in their failing quest to be clever all the time.

  3. Anonymous

    b o b o s i n p a r a d i s e

    h o w v e r y c h i c

    h o t t o t r o t

    l e s n o u v e a u x e l i t e s

  4. Anonymous

    do these people seriously wear $1,500 jackets to school? This seems kind of manipulated to me…advertising Barney’s chiffon blah blah. People who buy $500 sweaters, shirts, $2,500 dollar Prada Twill coats and shit are clearly not buying it with their own money. I think this is an elaborate advertising scheme to get young people to buy more expensive, unnecessary clothing…sad.

  5. Anonymous

    do these people seriously wear $1,500 jackets to school? This seems kind of manipulated to me…advertising Barney’s chiffon blah blah.

    People who buy $500 sweaters, shirts, $2,500 dollar Prada Twill coats and shit are clearly not buying it with their own money.

    I think this is an elaborate advertising scheme to get young people to buy more expensive, unnecessary clothing…

    sad.

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