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Q: I'm dating an international student who was studying abroad here last semester. We met when I was an OA and have been together ever since. The problem is that he's back in Europe now, and I'm only a sophomore, so we're not going to see each other for a long time.
Q: I'm crazy for this girl. I've liked her for three years now, and we've been good friends for a while, but she's had a boyfriend that whole time -- and he's one of my good friends, too. In my fraternity, in fact. A few weeks ago, though, she and my friend finally broke up. She broke up with him and keeps telling me she's completely over it (she's hooked up with other people already), but he's incredibly upset about it. So upset that he hasn't come out for a fraternity event since the beginning of September. So, here's my dilemma: I'm dying to make a move on her, but I don't want my friend to kill me. I'm willing to wait until things have blown over a little bit, but it's our senior year, so it's not like I have all the time in the world. I want to let her know how I feel before we both move on to separate lives after college. What do you think I should do? How do I handle the situation?
Q: I've been seeing this guy for a few months, and I want to get more serious. We got together at the end of last year and didn't talk much over the summer, but we're back on now. The problem is that he always wants me to come to his fraternity on the weekend (pretty much refuses to separate from them, in fact), and makes excuses when I want to hang out during the day, sober. He devotes his attention to me entirely when I'm in his element, but refuses to go anywhere I want, ever. Should I leave him, or do you think things can change? Help!
Q: I read your opinion piece in the last Collegian, and I have seen you around campus. I have come to realize that not only are you incredibly attractive and tall, but you are also incredibly smart and clever. Because of these recent discoveries, I have started to form a crush on you.
Q: Between a bad breakup and the long summer, I've been out of the dating scene for a while. What are some good ideas for a guy trying to get back on the dating scene, and for a fun date on a college student budget?