If Colleges In Ohio Were Characters In That 70's Show
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If Colleges In Ohio Were Characters In That 70's Show

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If Colleges In Ohio Were Characters In That 70's Show

No matter what your upbringing was, you probably watched "That 70's Show" at some point. What makes the show so great is how the characters shape the most dry plots into hilarious entertainment. That is really what you can find with the colleges in Ohio. While there is seemingly nothing ever to do in Ohio, you can still find entertainment at practically all the colleges here. Knowing this, here are the schools in Ohio that could play the characters in That 70's Show.

Eric: Wittenberg University

Just your average dude that happens to be a super fun guy that is loved by all who know him. The only problem is that hardly anyone knows him...

Donna: Denison University

Just your super chill feminist who loves to have fun. Also happens to be really smart.

Kelso: Ohio University

Enjoys having fun? Yes. Cares about school? No.

Jackie: Miami University

She's that bitchy attractive girl who gets everything she asks for. Decently smart and very fun, but very pompous and exclusive.

Hyde: Oberlin College

Super smart, but hates all forms of conformity. Kind of like Oberlin. A school ranked 96th nationally in academics that prides itself on being everything a typical state school is not.

Fez: Kenyon College

Nobody knows where Fez came from. As does nobody seem to know where to find Kenyon. A college that is literally in the middle of nowhere.

Kitty: Cedarville University

Tries to act all excited and giddy about church-related activities, but wishes about how more time could have been spent living it up.

Red: Case Western Reserve University

A man that constantly enforces the type of discipline that students at Case need in order to get by academically.

Bob: The College of Wooster

Your creepy and annoying neighbor that is desperate for friends and won't leave you alone. Kind of like the College of Wooster and the endless mail they send to random high school students with the false hope that anyone would ever want to go their.

Leo: Antioch College

Probably the biggest stoner in the history of TV characters. Antioch replicates Leo's stoner level with the hazy, trippy culture that surrounds the school in the form of Yellow Springs, Ohio.

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