Sophomore dating freshman girl
She added that the couple enjoys frequent visits to Boston, as opposed to hitting frat row on the weekends.“I guess the way I look at it, people who are going to parties a lot, alone or with a couple of friends, are the people who are looking for a hook-up, not a serious relationship,” Kravitz said.“The only thing we have for a social life, which is dying down, is frat parties,” sophomore Justin Pandolfino said.Fox addressed the lack of “girlfriend/boyfriend” activities on campus.
“After freshman year, you’re probably sick of the random hook-ups and there’s more of a chance for a serious relationship.” Kravitz and his girlfriend, sophomore Jenny Ng, seem to have broken the rules when they got together.
“I think that it has a lot to do with age, and it’s also along the lines of drinking a lot,” he said. Juniors and seniors go out, but they don’t just go out looking to get drunk.
I think that freshmen and sophomores think that they’ll have an easier time meeting people if they get drunk before they go out.” Sophomore Jeff Fox agreed.
But then there’s the issue of how to meet that special someone. “The second is through parties – and people going to parties aren’t looking for relationships.
Perhaps due to the perceived decline in the campus social life, many students say they are generally unsure about where they should go to meet possible mates. They’re looking for random hook-ups, which I think is much more prevalent on campus than dating.” The third way? When you meet someone sitting in class, it’s hard to get beyond Spanish class or math class,” he said.
“I think it sucks that so many girls come to college with excess baggage – boyfriends. While many felt that this social trend is universal to all colleges, some felt that the dating scene at Tufts is different.