welcome to nyu. for these twelve kids going to college has been their dream for a while now, and coming this fall, everything is falling into to place. they’re out of the homes they hate, away from the friends that they have never really liked. this a new start in a brand new place.
granted nobody warned them their social life now relies on the sororities and fraternities that court them. they have been pressured into rushing, but there is something intriguing about the promise of a group of people that’ll accept them. perhaps it will be this, that will drive away their crippling loneliness.
it doesn’t, of course, it doesn’t, but this is everything they’ve ever dreamed off. isn’t it?
they meet at a party, wasted, trying to forget that they’ve been fooled by their dream. and suddenly, everything is differently. none of them have ever laid eyes on another, but it’s as if they have none each other all of their lives. lovers, brothers, and true friends. this is what they’ve been missing.
they can’t help but think, this is what college is about.