Read on for the inside dirt you'd have no way of knowing until you're on campus — and need to know if you already are.
With so many different types of guys around, it's tempting to sample them all! Hookups can be fun, but a lot of times they're mini bombs that explode in one of two ways: into a relationship (rare!
Learn Robert's story, how he got into the field, and what his life is like after college!
Robin is an Structure Design Engineer for a major Aerospace company in Seattle, Washington.
Here’s the question: can you be in a relationship and still do all of that? We started thinking about this after seeing this post in the message boards. Should you break up with your high school sweetheart just so you can experience other things (and people)? Check out what these girls think, and then give us your opinion in the comments.
xbubblexwandsx asked: I have a friend who argues that the college experience must include “branching out socially, growing alone” etc.
Even if they’re happy with someone, they need to experience more people for it to be a “complete college experience”. I have two friends who dated for two years in secondary school.Robin's job entails making sure that the changes customers request on the design of their aircrafts are possible. I believe in soul mates, happily ever after, and growing old together.I got tricked into a few “study groups” where everyone just happened to cancel at the last minute except one guy, but needless to say, those didn’t get far. Where do you see yourself five, ten, and twenty years from now? If you’re looking for a hammer, you go to a hardware store.If you want a scrumptious cake, you visit a great bakery. Pursuing your interests mean that your potential partner is probably doing the same.