Some claim that there just isn’t enough time in the week to develop a meaningful relationship, others point to parietals as the source of our consternation and still others claim that the single sex residence hall system is to blame for the poor state of relationships on campus.
"We can gather that she wasn't hoping to figure out if your wallet was sizable enough for her to move into your house and start cooking dinner for you after vacuuming your living room while you clock in a 9 to 5 work day," Bumble wrote.
(CN) – A Notre Dame student claims in court that he was wrongly dismissed from school just three weeks before graduation based on false accusations of harassment and “dating violence.” John Doe sued the university in South Bend, Ind., federal court on Thursday, alleging a Title IX violation and claiming the school deprived him of an education through the “discriminatory, gender-biased implementation” of its sexual harassment policy.
Doe says his troubles began after his ex-girlfriend instigated a “vindictive” separate Title IX proceeding against him, in which she called his repeated attempts to reach out to her for support via texting harassment.
Although many agree that the general state of relationship building on campus is generally unhealthy and inauthentic, in the same breath they acknowledge that “it is the only game in town.” There is a belief that if they do not play this game as defined by popular culture and those within the circle of coolness, they will become bystanders and second-class citizens in their own college experience.
Given this alternative, some claim that the current condition is not so bad.
She accused him of “dating violence” because of his attempts to reach out to her for support when he was experiencing depression and suicidal thoughts, the suit alleges.