Csulb speed dating fall 2016
You might get lucky, you might not.” With all this in mind, CSULB’s University Student Union Program Council will be holding its third speed dating night April 15 in the USU Ballrooms from 7 p.m. Each couple has a three-minute date and when time is up, the male students rotate.
Simone Silva, a senior film major and program council assistant, said she thinks that speed dating has become popular at CSULB, making it an efficient way for busy students to start a relationship.
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“I think it’s a fun idea,” said Amish Asher, an engineering graduate student.
“I would like to go but it’s not a good way, at least for me, to start a relationship …
Donald Bain, the author of more than one hundred and twenty books, collaborated, with Jon Land on this bestselling series.In the long run it won’t work.” Tuan Do, a senior finance major, also shares Asher’s views.“It might be awkward,” Do said, “but I think it’s the same process as going to a club … “Students love the event,” said Tristan Wynn, a junior journalism major and Program Council assistant. And it isn’t just for dating, it’s an opportunity to meet people you would have never met.” During the event, female students sit on the inside of a round table while the male students sit on the outside.“It has become a growing trend; we have about 100 sign-ups per event, which is a very good turnout,” Silva said.Some students see the event as a good way to meet people at a commuter campus like CSULB.