That’s How US 2000s Students Spent Time in Frats (UNSEEN PICS INSIDE)

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Being a part of Gen Z, have you ever wondered how did the other generations’ students spend their time? During the 2000s, Andrew Moisey, a professor of art history at Cornell University, made pictures of American frat houses. In this post, the Typical Student team is going to guide you through his works.

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Before everything else, we should mention that we choose only the most decent pics.

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Here is a well-known testosterone-fueled culture, which surrounded fraternities in US.

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These shots were taken at an unnamed Greek letter organization.

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It’s located at the University of California.

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Needless to say, these images look kinda disturbing.

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