In a time of unprecedented political turmoil, some students are turning to social media and dating websites to meet new people and explore their passions.
Many are finding they are getting a raw deal, said Stephanie J. Gifford, a professor of social science at the University of Southern California and an expert on college life.
The college-aged population in the United States has never been larger, and the number of people ages 18 to 24 is shrinking.
That’s putting more strain on existing colleges.
Gafford’s research found that in some cases, students are struggling to find friends and dates.
“It’s a whole lot harder to get a date on Tinder and Grindr than it was 20 years ago,” she said.
“We need to understand what that means and how to deal with that.”
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College student who has been a member of sorority fraternities for years says she is more interested in dates than friends.
But I’m not really into relationships.” “
The sorority was more about relationships, and you could do that in a social setting.
But I’m not really into relationships.”
College students often say they prefer online dating apps because they can find more of a community.
In 2015, for example, a University of Georgia study found that college students who used Tinder in the last six months were more likely to have been on Facebook and Twitter.
Tinder was popular in college campuses in the 1960s and 1970s, and in the early 2000s, it had become a mainstay of college social circles.
Now, it is being embraced by many young people who are searching for social connections.
Some young women say they are finding a younger generation of friends and dating sites, and some college students are saying they are seeing a shift in their own dating life.
“My generation, especially my generation of young women, is finding that we’re really into dating apps, and there are a lot more people that are in our circles,” said Katelyn Ault, 18, a sophomore at the Claremont McKenna College in California.
Ault is one of the younger members of the sorority sorority at the university.
She said she has found that people have a different mindset about dating when she is dating someone new than when she has been dating someone for a while.
She says she often sees students with similar interests and wants to be social, but she wants to make sure that they are dating someone who has a similar background.
“I would rather have someone that’s very similar than someone who is different,” she added.
“Because then it doesn’t feel like I’m dating them because they’re different than me.”