Northwestern dating scene

08-Apr-2020 18:13

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.

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"The data set for each college included at least 2,000 singles."The results broke down members at each university by most attractive (percentage of times the singles were liked); most assertive (average number of times the single made the first move); most picky (percentage of times male or female users passed); most chatty (number of messages sent between singles); and matchmakers (percentage of members who suggest potential matches for their single friends).

The University of Chicago took top spots in three categories: most chatty, with users sending nearly 20 more messages on average than those at Northwestern and UIC; most assertive, with users making the first move 14.3 times, on average, compared with Northwestern's 12.7 times and UIC's 9.5 times; and just edging out Northwestern by 2 percent in the matchmakers category."We wanted to highlight "most assertive" and "most chatty" particularly because there is a sentiment among millennials that it's just "not cool" to make the first move (especially among women) or that it's OK to ghost (end conversation or interaction without reason) on your matches." Kang says.

Of the five categories analyzed, attractiveness and assertiveness got the biggest reactions from daters out and about on campuses."I'm not sure that I agree with University of Chicago's results," says University of Chicago student Amy Treber, 20.

Northwestern Pros: Quality of life in Chicago, one of my favorite cities in the country.

Also the opportunity to see if I would like to begin my career there rather than in my home state. I also like the practical/business focus of the school and the Kellogg opportunities. This totally takes away from the social/dating scene, which is something that is important to me in choosing a law school.

"The data set for each college included at least 2,000 singles."The results broke down members at each university by most attractive (percentage of times the singles were liked); most assertive (average number of times the single made the first move); most picky (percentage of times male or female users passed); most chatty (number of messages sent between singles); and matchmakers (percentage of members who suggest potential matches for their single friends).

The University of Chicago took top spots in three categories: most chatty, with users sending nearly 20 more messages on average than those at Northwestern and UIC; most assertive, with users making the first move 14.3 times, on average, compared with Northwestern's 12.7 times and UIC's 9.5 times; and just edging out Northwestern by 2 percent in the matchmakers category."We wanted to highlight "most assertive" and "most chatty" particularly because there is a sentiment among millennials that it's just "not cool" to make the first move (especially among women) or that it's OK to ghost (end conversation or interaction without reason) on your matches." Kang says.

Of the five categories analyzed, attractiveness and assertiveness got the biggest reactions from daters out and about on campuses."I'm not sure that I agree with University of Chicago's results," says University of Chicago student Amy Treber, 20.

Northwestern Pros: Quality of life in Chicago, one of my favorite cities in the country.

Also the opportunity to see if I would like to begin my career there rather than in my home state. I also like the practical/business focus of the school and the Kellogg opportunities. This totally takes away from the social/dating scene, which is something that is important to me in choosing a law school.

Much higher cost of living=much more debt, very important to me but not sure how much this adds up to. What I perceive as a funner/more single student body.