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Many excuse this by saying religious intolerance is a logical step for atheists to take (see 2 below).
There is a resultant refusal to acknowledge that atheism now comes with an enormous amount of social/ethical baggage.
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And while this was the couples’ third or fourth date—the years have tattered details—there would be several more dates to come before the two would share their first kiss.“It’s just a lot more comfortable behind your computer being intimate with someone, disclosing information about yourself, learning about another person.” —Joan Knihnicki ’03, former author of “Sex and the The molasses pace of Shafer and Berman’s relationship would most likely shock the sensibilities of today’s student couples. ,” Knihnicki ponders the word as if the concept were familiar yet totally uncool, like leg warmers or 8-tracks. I don’t think my ex-boyfriend and I ever went on an official date until much later in the relationship, like an anniversary date, maybe. We hung out as friends for awhile, and as time passed, our friendship just turned into romance.” This casual approach has been the norm for years, says Asher Epstein ’97, who dated frequently as an undergraduate during the mid-1990s.In fact, the informal tone of courtship among 20-somethings makes “the date”—nervous hand-holding in cinema light, toe-tingling good-night kiss under the stars, anxious anticipation of that next-day phone call—seem Capraesque if not cliché. “There were exceptions, but for the most part, relationships and dating were very casual affairs when I was at school,” says Epstein. For those far removed from today’s dating scene and from the 20-something age bracket, this may sound more like a course in conceptual art.More than a quarter of this year’s college freshmen will not return for a second year.Half of those enrolling in two-year college programs won’t be back for their final year either.The numbers are even lower for two-year associate degree students.The reasons for this dismal performance are well-documented. Too many high schools fail to adequately prepare their students for college.In today’s global economy, the country’s economic success depends on students acquiring the skills that come with the completion of two- or four-year college programs.And, unfortunately for the nation, the percentage of students who actually graduate from college has been stagnant for the last 30 years.And it’s this sort-of-living-together type of arrangement that most students say they relate to and one that typically incubates platonically; couples may meet each other through friends, in labs or study groups, or just get to know each other as hallmates.There is no formal script for how friendships become something more.While innovative efforts are under way to change this, those requiring remedial courses in college to catch up with their better-prepared counterparts still comprise half of all students enrolling in a two-year associate degree program and about one in five of those seeking a bachelor’s degree. Not surprisingly, those who do require remediation are about 40 percent less likely to earn a degree in a timely manner than those who don’t. College costs are rising much faster than inflation, causing many students to delay or abandon their education.A 2009 survey of Millennials who had dropped out of college found that they had done so because they had to work full-time or did not receive enough help from their family to be able to afford staying in school. Despite continuing to raise tuition rates, a recent Bain & Company study found that about one-third of all US colleges are on an unsustainable financial path.It is De-evolutionary to reject all of the evolutionary roots of ethics which invariably stem from religion.