Advertise Donate Read the latest issue Newsletter. As a transfer student from the University of Texas at Austin, I've had the unique experience of attending two incredibly different schools—one that is heavily immersed in Southern culture, and another that is rooted in East Coast tradition. As a result of Southern cultural practices aka Southern hospitality , students attending the University of Texas tend to view hooking up positively. And at Columbia, a university molded by New York culture and its emphasis on self-reliance, hookups seem more taboo, a topic that few address frankly.
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Chad smells bad: Chad spends the whole night party-hopping his way along Mill Street. He was the freshman that was way too excited the first time he strolled into The Shack and made his very first illegal purchase. He lost a bet once and had to pour hot candle wax on his legs. Three bars in one night. Three shots of Fireball to acquire the liquid courage needed to get rejected by three girls in a row. He guffaws in a very buffoonish manner as he crushes the empty can against his pounding head. The poor guy has cut himself on the sharp metal many, many times, so many times that you even feel sorry for him.
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VENICE — On a recent night on the island of Giudecca, a water taxi ride across the lagoon from the many cocktail parties marking the opening of the Architecture Biennale here, the curators of a scrappy pavilion were focusing on cruising of a less nautical sort. In the main space of the so-called Cruising Pavilion — an exhibition devoted to the places and practices of casual sex — sheets of plywood were pierced by a profusion of glory holes, a hallmark of anonymous gay hookups. A dapple of scarlet lamplight shone through the holes, giving the space the ambience of an illicit cathedral.