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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.
They go to the same college, live together, sit together, and rush home to each other nightly.
I feel that they are both missing out on being young people even though their relationship is really happy. Personally, I have no need or want to “experience” multiple people and I definitely don’t see that as the point of college.
I agree that you should branch out and meet lots of people, but you can do that without sexual activity.
"Also, I'd rather not waste a gallon of gas driving to my test center when the price of gas just went up to .25 per gallon when it was .59 yesterday!
"The organizers of the ACT test are working to reschedule the test at centers expected to be hit by Irma.
"We extend our thoughts to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey or Hurricane Irma and hope that you are safe," a statement on the ACT test website reads.
"We know that you may have a lot of things to worry about right now, and we don’t want the ACT test to be one of them.""Rest assured that we are working on rescheduling and relocating test centers impacted by the storm," the statement continues.
But, many high schoolers have a more immediate concern: the ACT test, which is scheduled for Saturday, September 9.
But if you’re already in a happy and committed relationship, you shouldn’t feel like you to break up with that person just because you’re going to school.
If you have a happy and balanced relationship, having a significant other during your college years isn’t going to hurt you or ruin your experience.
There are plenty of opportunities to meet new people, but it can seem impossible to make a relationship work with a busy student schedule.
If you're interested in dating a college girl, the key is to find someone with common interests and make spending time with her a priority.
Dozens of students tweeted at the ACT's account asking for clarification about what would happen with the test as many evacuated Florida. "Also, I'd rather not waste a gallon of gas driving to my test center when the price of gas just went up to .25 per gallon when it was .59 yesterday!