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"One of the snarky sayings about UChicago is 'UChicago, where the squirrels are cuter than the girls and more aggressive than the guys.' Isn't that awful?
So being assertive isn't the stereotype, and I don't know if, in my experience, I've seen that either.""While at UIC, I did not find many men attractive or assertive when it applied to dating," says UIC graduate student Faith Ostrowski, who said she had to ask her boyfriend out first.
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But Keller argued, "A lot of people are just so involved, not only with school but with work and any extracurricular clubs or organizations, their first priority is that and not dating."Carly Jones, a freshman at De Paul, said dating trends across college-age Chicagoans didn't actually seem to differ significantly."These results reflect on the outgoing and assertive nature that many young people in Chicago have or look for in others.
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The University of Chicago took top spots in three categories: most chatty, with users sending nearly 20 more messages on average than those at Northwestern and UIC; most assertive, with users making the first move 14.3 times, on average, compared with Northwestern's 12.7 times and UIC's 9.5 times; and just edging out Northwestern by 2 percent in the matchmakers category."We wanted to highlight "most assertive" and "most chatty" particularly because there is a sentiment among millennials that it's just "not cool" to make the first move (especially among women) or that it's OK to ghost (end conversation or interaction without reason) on your matches." Kang says.
Of the five categories analyzed, attractiveness and assertiveness got the biggest reactions from daters out and about on campuses."I'm not sure that I agree with University of Chicago's results," says University of Chicago student Amy Treber, 20.
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