Fed up of the constant left swipes your face receives?
Searching for someone to join you on your quest into the perilous paths of Mordor? It’s a new student dating App that is being launched in schools and universities across the UK, starting in Bath, that focuses on shared interests and personality traits, letting users see what they have in common, resulting in a more meaningful match.
Admire the stunning Gothic architecture of King’s College from the historic walkway King’s Parade.
Stroll across Mathematical Bridge, a famed wooden crossing at Queen’s College. See paintings by Europe’s great masters at the Fitzwilliam Museum and take in a live Shakespeare performance during the annual Cambridge Shakespeare festival.
But when she isn't attending lectures in beautiful 'castle-like buildings', Caroline makes sure her social calendar is full to the brim, and she is currently working hard to blow off steam after exams and essays for the notorious 'May Week' - a week of parties and balls after the exam period at the end of the academic year.Caroline, pictured relaxing on Jesus Green, in 2014, Cambridge, says she wants to clarify that she is not one of those 'tragically old-fashioned girls who goes to college only to find a husband'and loves her degree Other anecdotes include the evening she and her boyfriend got trapped in the Palace of Versailles overnight and when she was featured in Hounds magazine because of her 'rather inappropriate hunting attire'.'I want to clarify that I am not one of those tragically old-fashioned girls who goes to college only to find a husband. But I'm not complaining about all the dashing British accents.Since the launch of Tinder back in 2012, and with people bored of long drawn out profiles and endless messaging back and forth on traditional dating sites, there is no denying that dating apps are now the go-to method if you want to meet someone online these days.Cambridge University African-Caribbean Society shared the image of the students grouped outside the renowned university to encourage and inspire other black students who have their sights set on an Oxbridge education.'I can't tell you the amount of times I've had to Google etiquette.