Ultimately, many of us are looking for very different things in the people around us, and these are just three I’ve noticed.
No, seriously. Searching after this question’s answer has dominated much of my time here in college. Once upon a time, I thought I knew the answer: love was a thing to be discovered, waiting within special people I encountered.
It’s spring quarter at Stanford, and as the temperature goes up, things are bound to get hot and heavy. Though spring quarter has the fewest days, Roxy’s always been able to get the most action in the final third of each year.
Last week, Roxy divulged some of her best places to meet potential hook-ups (Roxy has never been very good at keeping secrets). Ever a woman of extremes, this week, Roxy’s decided to share the worst places to meet people on campus.
To put it bluntly, Stanford is big, a characteristic Roxy usually appreciates (both in academic institutions and in men). When it comes to finding new hookups, there are plenty of options, but, like the female orgasm, they can be elusive (or so Roxy hears…she has little trouble with either). Fortunately for you, Roxy has developed a finely honed list of the best locations to meet your next mate.
Roxy would like to apologize for her absence last week—with midterms in full swing, sometimes even Roxy runs out of stamina (only outside of the bedroom, of course). She knows many of you face the same problem by mid-quarter: how to balance work and play. Well, Roxy’s found a way to get the best of both worlds—TAs.
Roxy’s heard it said that relationships are like a five-unit class, and over the years she’s had to pull plenty of all-nighters. Fortunately for those of you with a full course load, Roxy’s prepared a quick and dirty guide to the kinds of relationships you’ll find.
DO: Attend the campus-wide memorial for Gov’na this Monday Night at Yost. Please wear all black. (I don’t know if memorial gifts are a thing, but they will be gladly accepted.)
DOO-DOO: Consume the people around you.