I found most of her classifications to be true, of course these are stereotypes that might describe the majority of the men at the faculties, so always keep in mind that not all of the men are going to be an exact replica of the stereotype. As the author mentions there are the exceptions. Since I belong to the Naturales Faculty I was able to critic on this stereotype the best, and find that she nailed it. The men from Naturales (that are in their final years) are ALWAYS talking about their MCAT exams and how much they are to study for it. In fact there is a graph that can explain this much better (see picture below).
As I said I found the article to be very funny. Nevertheless, I would have added one more faculty, even though this one is a graduate school it is still inside the UPR: this is UPR's Law School. The men from "Leyes" are tall, dark, and handsome; and they are always dressed well, and clean cut. You will NEVER find one hanging around the Upi since they consider themselves too mature and have outgrown that phase. This will be named "Homo abogado" and are only spotted either studying quietly at the "leyes library" or having a quick bite at their cafeteria in order to go back to studying at the library.
If I were to describe the girls from Leyes, they would definitely be classified under "Homo fashionista". They are never ever seen with flat sandals as they are always towering over others on their Novous platform shoes. They carry a big designer purse on their arm filled with 1 pound of make up. They are also seen studying long hours at the leyes library and at the cafeteria interacting with "Homo abogado".
Over all, "A Collegiate's Classification of UPR Men" is an article that I recommend for both women AND men. It is very clever and although I find the article is missing a conclusion, the author did a great job of writing an article that is captivating from begging to end. All the reader has to do is to take the article as a joke and not take it so personally. The author is using stereotypes in a no-harm-meant, funny way.