Dating professor after graduation

I am aware that this is a little weird, but is it immoral or unethical on the teacher's (or student's) part?

It’s hard to summarize dating and relationship trends of graduating seniors here at UT, but, if one had to, dating in that final semester of college would probably be characterized as “whatever fits into one’s long-term plans.” For some, that means short-term dating only. And, for a few, it might mean trying for the long-haul — as long as both partners are heading off to the same place.

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) Do you guys think it's ever okay to date your high school teacher after graduation, given that the student is a mature 18 year-old and teacher is in 20s or early 30s?

“I know even some long-term folks feel that it’s important to be single in college,” he said. Just, personally, I’ve never wanted to be single in light of the fact that I think [my girlfriend] Kimmie is my one.” For someone who has observed a fair share of college romances, to put it into numerical perspective, marketing professor Raji Srinivasan said, “I would say [I have seen] about 50 percent of relationships succeed and fail in my time at UT.” “People are constantly changing and the younger you are, the more changes you are likely going through,” Daly said.

“Couples often think they will change together, but more often than not, they change in different ways at different times.” Graduation causes us to re-evaluate our priorities.

She adds that our “hypersexualized” culture focuses more on getting laid than on “the foibles and the hard work and the joys and the despair of just casual dating.” Cronin’s dating project is an attempt to nudge young people to embrace those foibles — the nervousness of asking someone out and the rejection that can result.

She created the assignment after learning that many of her seniors were about to graduate and had never been on a first date.

A viral video is circulating online that shows a recent graduate of the University of Massachussets at Lowell – and allegedly one of his teachers at the school’s Francis College of #Engineering.

The video – which has been circulating online – purports to show a male #student in his cap and gown.

Second, higher education is expensive — in 2016, the average graduate finished college with over ,000 in student loan debt — so students’ primary concern is not falling in love but securing a job.

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