The platform’s relative anonymity allows users to take big romantic risks that don’t (necessarily) compromise their personal privacy.
“It moves fast and it doesn't require everything to be attached to your name and face.
I held a leadership role in my sorority (one where there was no committee under me, but I did initiate and successfully complete some large projects) and was also a recruitment counselor for Greek life for two years (a highly competitive position at my school).
If I omit these positions, my resume is rather sparse in the leadership category. Should I say that I was in Greek life, but leave the name of the sorority off?
Currently, Tumblr only asks users to confirm their email address and age.
That makes it difficult for the site to precisely count the number of young LGBTQ users, but the anecdotal evidence is abundant, and the site has started to notice patterns in other ways.
Kimbro was arrested at his father's home in Dallas.
'This has been an overwhelmingly trying time for our family and we are confident that justice will be served for Molly,' they said.'It's good to know there's some clarity, some closure,' said a student.
'Additionally, rarely in use of force situations is there agreement from all the parties involved as to the appropriateness, efficacy, or necessity of its use,' he said in a statement on Sunday evening.
Police say the student, who is 5ft 9in and weighs just 115 lbs, 'shoulder checked' the officer before he reacted forcefully.
The Colorado State University student suffered horrific bruises to her chin and legs as a result.
A video of the arrest has gone viral since being uploaded to social media over the weekend with many viewers accusing the police officers involved of using excessive force.
I went about halfway through the “rush” process, but dropped out of the process before pledging (I seem to remember some frenzied late-night conversation with friends — you know the kind in college, where the World Suddenly Makes Sense — about how “sister” meant more to me than “group of girls I live with” and therefore I should drop out of the process.) In terms of my college social life, I don’t regret the decision at all — my friends and I had great fun, and I was very involved with a more subject-specific “residential college,” as NU called them — but in the many years since college, I’ve come to wonder whether a sorority affiliation would have been helpful from a networking perspective.