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“Both guys and girls have different interests and priorities and I don’t think that putting a significant other before anyone else is possible. People want and get the chance to be crazy.” But interestingly, they both said that they would want a relationship their junior or senior year.“Just because I’m older, and I got to experience college being single,” said Sullivan.And makes it seem like, ‘Well, this is just what everyone does when they’re in college, and it’s fun!’ ” UMass seniors Amanda Dickinson and Carl Hebert are both in relationships now and they started dating their significant others in their senior and junior years.Barbara Tomaskovic-Devey, a sociology professor at UMass Amherst who has done extensive research on college relationships says that despite such high statistics, many college students report in confidential interviews that they do not find the hookup culture as appealing as the numbers show that they do.
Second, while you'll still probably wish every day of undergrad that they'll just grow up already, college guys are in a much better place in life than they were two or three years ago, and they're right on the cusp of actual adulthood where sh*t gets real, real fast.And contrary to popular opinion, many men have reported in private interviews that they like being in relationships and if they are not in one, they would like to be in one.“They feel it’s very difficult to openly admit that because they’re supposed to be instead interested in hookups and being casual,” said Tomaskovic-Devey.They plan on staying in their relationships after they graduate.Dickinson said she did not make it a priority to be in a relationship her freshman year, but she would not have turned one down. Their views also differed in whether relationships formed later in college had the potential to last longer than ones formed earlier, and if that was the deciding factor in when to get into a relationship.