Both are student reporters for The Mash , a weekly teen publication distributed to Chicagoland high schools. True love and high school. High school is the time to get good grades, excel at academics and perhaps jumpstart your career. But we have to take into account the fact that being in high school also brings unnecessary distractions such as the washed-out drama, cliques and crushes. Adults fall in love. Yes, you read it correctly.
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Dating in high school can be a very, very confusing time. It's hard trying to sort out your love life and familiarize yourself with the rules and insecurities you feel in a relationship, along with balancing school work and social circles. It's perfectly fine to feel insecure and unsure of what is expected of you and how you should take certain phrases or situations. High school is a time of trying to figure out how the world works and the start of finding who you are. My love life in high school was less the spectacular.
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College is tough enough as it is — you have tests, epic amounts of work, a usually minuscule budget hello ramen, my old friend , and of course, the occasional fine, frequent existential crisis. To make things even more difficult, there's that little thing called college dating. While some lucky ladies travel through the hapless sea of college sexuality with soulmates in their arms at all times, the majority of us opt for a more adventurous route — and have the walks of awesome to prove it. And let's face it — in college, while no man is the same unless you went to clone school, in which case, let's chat later 'cause I love me some Orphan Black , there are certainly tropes that you run into.
They would have mandated the shadowing of professional artists and lengthy visits to a variety of art schools. To them, it indicated an unspoken sign that I was moving past the septum-pierced, mohawked freaks of my youth and preparing to settle for a Catholic, suit-wearing sedan-driver. I thought there would be a lot of dating potential in law school. I envisioned a slew of JFK Jr. But alas, there were none.