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While 86 percent of the students at UChicago want to be in a relationship, only about 33 percent are in one, based on responses to a survey administered by The Maroon. Some may perceive the lack of students in a relationship as a lamentable occurrence; others may interpret the findings as suggesting that—if anything—people seeking relationships at UChicago have plenty of opportunities.
Last spring, The Maroon asked University of Chicago students about their sex habits and attitudes toward sex.
We collected data in areas like what hooking up means to students, their preferences and whether students would be willing to convert a hookup into a relationship. A little over six percent of the undergraduate student body, students, responded to the hookup culture survey. Classes were not represented evenly: 40 percent of respondents were first-years, compared to only 10 percent fourth-years.
Due to the of responses and the voluntary nature of the survey, these are not conclusive. Still, for those curious about the UChicago hookup culture, this is the most accurate picture an incoming or prospective student can get. Who knows.
Our survey instructed students to respond using whatever understanding of the phrase makes sense to them. The Maroon also collected data on where and how students met their potential hookup partners. A plurality of respondents who hook up tend to meet their partners at college parties, primarily at events held by fraternities and sororities. The second most popular way students find hookup partners is via apps like Tinder.
Our survey shows that, at UChicago, hooking up is often a precursor to dating. More than 60 percent of respondents said they at least sometimes develop feelings for a hookup, and only 18 percent rule out dating a hookup.
Almost 26 percent of the students surveyed said that they would date a hookup.
This would be explained by the fact that almost 19 percent of the respondents who hook up aim to get a relationship through the process, the third most popular reason for hooking up. The most-cited reason, one cited by almost a third of the campus, for hooking up was the most simple: fun.
After that, respondents said that they hooked up in order to meet someone they could have sexual relations with in the future, a recurring sexual partner. At UChicago, friendships can also get particularly intimate as almost 54 percent of the students are open to hooking up with their friends.🔴 Gutfeld Show 10/1/21 Full - Greg Gutfeld Show 10/1/2021 Full
Only about a quarter of the campus said that they would not hook up with a friend. In general, it seems that the percent of students in a relationship increases as the years progress. Fourth-years were more likely than any others to be in a relationship: 45 percent of fourth-years reported being in a relationship while only Data supports that hooking up in general seems to gradually reduce as years progress and more students get into a relationship.
Now I'm more interested in a serious relationship. The survey revealed that a majority of the campus would prefer to be in a relationship over casually hooking up, and yet, a majority of undergraduates are not in a relationship. Only You can view all of our Orientation Issue coverage here.
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