"We're trying to change the ages-old stereotype that UChicago students are severely sexually deprived," the site's creator writes on the site.School officials have yet to comment on the new social networking page.
(THERE ARE A TON.) This is one of the things I love about Chicago, if you want to join a club, they are always there, but there is no pressure if they are not really your thing.
Adrian Acciardo, a sophomore at De Paul, liked the inclusion of the assertiveness category since being more assertive often comes with age and isn't an attribute typically associated with college-age millennials, he said."I know it is very stressful to approach someone you like and express your extended feelings for them," he says.
"I think it is interesting to see which schools show more confidence when dating."Loyola University student Emily Morgenstern agreed with her university's top spot regarding pickiest women."As a woman who goes to Loyola, I do agree that Loyola women tend to be pickier when it comes to men because a majority of the women are focused on their schooling, future career and friends."Morgenstern and fellow student Blake Keller agreed that the student body is less chatty and less assertive.
In the late 1940s and early 1950s, doctors from the University's Student Health Center met with groups of young men, while a caseworker from Chicago's Association for Family Living conducted frank discussions with young women about dating, sex, marriage, and pregnancy.
Undergraduate dating often befuddled administrators. In the 1950s, when the ratio of men to women was almost four to one, an internal memo from the Dean of Students office lamented the "terrific competition" young men faced finding a date on campus.