Our own nonscientific survey, which asked about such things as what constitutes a date and the usefulness of social media, discloses much about the dating preferences of students on the Charles River Campus.
Looks are less important than personality, a group date is not a real date, and online dating sites are creepy.
Among female respondents, 57.2 percent say social media has taken the romance out of romance, even as it has offered some useful tools.
For one thing, it allows them to do a bit of cyberstalking before a date.
“You might get anxious, thinking that when they really get to know you they won’t like you,” Stavros says.