What does any of that have to do with gender ratios?
Well, there have been multiple studies showing a correlation between gender ratios and rates of sexual assault.
The descriptions came from Niche.com, a college review site penned by students.
At 62%-female Boston University, “Freshman year is a sexual explosion…
For example, at 53%-female University of Miami—a notorious party school—“random hookups are common in the beginning,” according to Niche, “but after a few months or a year, relationships take over.” Obviously, few young people go to college to find a spouse these days.
However, when Facebook investigated how many of its users did in fact meet their spouses in colleges, the analysis revealed something interesting.
When it comes to choosing a college, today’s teenagers consider much more than just academics.
Some applicants want to know how good the campus Wi-Fi system is, whether the fitness center offers spin classes or even if the cafeteria has an organic salad bar.
When he broke up with her, the guy actually used the word ‘market’—like the ‘market’ for him was just too good.” A male Sarah Lawrence student offered a similar assessment of life there—though he wasn’t bemoaning the school’s hookup culture but celebrating it.Dating isn’t the only reason high school seniors should consider gender ratios when selecting a college.