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THE YOUTH CULTURE REPORT » Trends His late grandfather, Austin Lohse, had played football and lacrosse for B Green, and both Andrew and his older brother, Jon, a Dartmouth junior, idolized him as the embodiment of the hh-achieving, hard-drinking, fraternal ethos of the Dartmouth Man, or what Lohse s a "true bro." A Dartmouth Man is a specific type of creature, and when I ask Lohse what constitutes true bro-ness, he provides an idealized portrait of white-male privilege: "good-looking, preppy, charismatic, excellent at cocktail parties, masculine, intellent, wealthy (or soon to become so), a little bit rough around the edges" – not, in other words, a "douchey, superpolished Yalie." A true bro, Lohse adds, can also drink inhuman amounts of beer, vomit profusely and keep on going, and perform a number of other hard-partying feats – Dartmouth provided the real-life inspiration for – that most people, including virtually all of Lohse's hh school friends, would find astounding. Suicide rates for teenage girls are at a 40-year hh. For boys aged 15 to 19 has increased more than 30%
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Sex on Campus She Can Play That Game, "We win," is how one of Lohse's former buddies puts it. College men want to have casual sex, and women want romance, rht? Increasingly, however, women are the ones looking to hook up.
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