Dating in college is different
I love writing, especially about pop-culture, so I hope I can entertain you! Did you find your college advisors helpful when making your class schedule or did you feel that they mislead you?
A lot of people I know visit home pretty often in college. I have a hard time finding things that help me relax.
Hook-up culture is extremely prominent on college campuses, and if you’re in a relationship, you won’t be participating in it, which might be completely okay with you, but also might be disappointing if, when you go out, all your friends are having a careless time, and you’re unable to join in. I'm Alexandra Brown, a current senior at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
I am a News-Editorial Journalism major, and am also working toward a Spanish minor.
Breaking it off early on, maybe during the summer before the start of classes in the fall, might be the best way to avoid unnecessary drama.
One last thing to consider is the stereotypical, but for the most part accurate, college dating lifestyle, or rather lack thereof.
My friends tell me that they feel like they don't connect as much with their home friends as they used to before college. What steps did you take to live a healthy lifestyle and avoid the Freshman 15 when first coming to college?When it comes time for graduation, and eventually the transition from high school to college, however, skepticism about continuing these relationships is always induced.