A senior dating a freshman
You and your freshmen squeeze are at different places in your lives. But that should not suggest incompatibility and shouldn’t raise enough red flags to trump your feelings for someone younger or older than you.
Besides, where a person is academically doesn’t necessarily reflect where they are mentally.
I would date a senior,” said Chris Dial, a freshman from Armstrong Atlantic State University.
“I like being able to have someone to depend on but not having to carry the weight of someone younger and less experienced than me.
COED MAGAZINE AUGUST 2006 BY JULIA ALLISON When I began my freshman year, I read a little book called “Making the Most Out of College.” It featured dozens of upperclass students and recent grads giving advice on various topics: grades, professors, dating, extracurriculars.
Should you do one of them the ultimate favor and condescend to see a movie?
There could be awkward Hollywood red carpet premieres in your future (or at the very least, prom). Or it could spiral down into something very, very wrong.
The specifics were almost irrelevant, because all echoed an identical sentiment: “If I had only known then what I know now.” News flash: You will feel this way in four years no matter what you do.
The question is, how much will you suffer in the meantime?