Much of Haverford's student body, both male and female, is on the socially-awkward side. Everyone is fairly intelligent, but some wear it on their sleeves more than others. Everyone tries to be extremely nice-even those who aren't the most dynamic. Guys probably tend to be a little more shy than the girls who are pretty cool to just kick back with. Few students consider their peers very physically attractive, though most claim that every incoming class is more attractive than their predecessors. Is the admissions department making a conscious effort to beautify Haverford? Nobody knows. We do know, however, that in a school with only 1,100 people, a few attractive ones can really shift the balance.
Some female students believe in and have met many guys that fit the stereotype of the "Haver-male" who is responsible for a certain percentage of the nation's population of short people. However, like the women here, men are of all sorts of varieties: athletic, hairy-chested, gentlemanly, and named Dan. You definitely have an interesting choice of mates here at the College, and while the one you end up with might not compare with the pick of the litter at another school, consider that it's Haverford's litter you're picking from.