The average Babson student looks well-groomed, well-dressed, and very intimidating to an outside observer and some students, too. But most people understand that the reason for such attire is purely to impress the professors who are in charge of giving out grades. If you get below the surface of this facade, you will probably find shared interests and even similarities in their personal lives. Most guys and girls, however, don't entirely understand each other, and most don't want to put the time into understanding. So, guys and girls meet up at on-campus parties or in classroom study groups.
That being said, a common challenge is that people who meet at parties can't really get the true version of the opposite sex, because they are either intoxicated or just want to hook up. This is where the difference between guys and girls is apparent. Guys see girls as either very snobby or standoffish because they don't want to just hook up, in which case the guy tries to hitch a ride to Wellesley College, where the chances of meeting a girl rises incrementally since Wellesley is an all-girls school. The girl then thinks that all the guy really wants is to hook up, and she really does start acting snobby to get him off her shoulders. This is pretty much the lowdown on the relationships between guys and girls at Babson, for the most part.