Sara-Munro Bryan, a sophomore at Wellesley, is well aware of the stereotypes.Having befriended students here through her roommate, whose boyfriend goes to Harvard, she was treated to a discourse on the relative merits of Harvard and Wellesley girls at a party in the Quad last year.Owners of assume no responsibility (and expressly disclaim responsibility) for updating this site to keep information current or to ensure the accuracy or completeness of any posted information.Accordingly, you should confirm the accuracy and completeness of all posted information before making any decision related to any data presented on this site.“This campus breeds intellectual people and people who are too serious, who are taking 1,001 classes, saving babies, and being so concerned with the real world already, that it’s hard for people to just step back and laugh at themselves,” Okusanya complains.“To find a girlfriend who will relax and not take things so seriously and kind of be happy with the way things are and not stress you out is a difficult task.” Enter the off-campus female.
The climate is ripe for Harvard men to look elsewhere. Everyone has heard about the “fuck truck,” the shuttle between Wellesley, Harvard and MIT with a reputation as the conveyer of man-starved nymphets of easy virtue.They assume that you’re some kind of super-genius —which we all know isn’t the case—they assume that you’re going to be rich and successful, they think that you’re a more worldly, charming, amazing person because you go to Harvard.” “It opens up doors for you with girls that you may not normally get,” Derek R. “A girl who, at this age, may be a little more superficial, who may be interested in dating a guy who is incredibly popular or an athlete or something, may give you the time of day.” The H-Bomb is something no one wants to admit to using. Conventional wisdom traditionally places the man in the position of impressing the woman.Unsurprisingly, many of those reputed to be zealous perpetrators were unwilling to speak publicly about their exploits. is only dating him because he threw out the H-Bomb.’ And I know many more groups of guys than girls who go off-campus.” This sentiment—that the H-Bomb is an exclusively male beast—is widespread among women on campus. It also insists that men don’t like women who are too smart.Rivers says that when she broke the news, he “straightened himself and backed away from me, taking me in with this remote, detached look of awe.” His parting words? The book found a “epidemic of childlessness” among career women and warned a younger generation that if they waited to have children, they might never become mothers.In a segment that snowballed in notoriety when New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd devoted two columns to it, “60 Minutes”’ Lesley Stahl interviewed Harvard Business School student Ani Vartanian about how her success has hindered her social life.