Here's the thing: Al the admissions officers and everyone at Creighton says that it's diverse before you come here, but once you arrive on campus it's a totally different thing. Racism isn't publicly shown here but there is a lot of subtle and indirect racism. The people who have it pretty hard here are definitely Indians (or any other person whose ethnicity comes from South Asia), Middle Eastern people, sometimes African Americans (the African American basketball players are treated nicely, however), and Latinos. After all, it is a school in the Midwest and half the school is from minnesota. People like to say we're diverse just because we have people from Hawaii, but it really isn;t that diverse. Most of the "social interactions" occur between Caucasian people who are really good looking and/or fit or have an athletic build. It's basically high school all over again, despite how many Creighton students try to say it's not.