Two recent news bits that caught my eye.
According to an article in the New York Times, UNC-Chapel Hill is not the place to get your MRS. degree:
North Carolina, with a student body that is nearly 60 percent female, is just one of many large universities that at times feel eerily like women’s colleges. Women have represented about 57 percent of enrollments at American colleges since at least 2000, according to a recent report by the American Council on Education.
I’m told, however, that NC State, traditionally full of engineering and agriculture majors, is just oozing guys. Who’da thunk? ;o)
And, here are some true Triangle Trysts: an odd story from a local TV station talks about people who find old girlfriends and boyfriends on Facebook and then cheat on their spouses. (Thanks to my TV reporter Facebook friend for posting it.)
Triangle attorneys and therapists say an increasing number of couples are now claiming social networking sites as a reason why they are getting divorced for what is commonly becoming known as cyber cheating.
Is anyone else confused about what you might have in common with your high school boyfriend 15 years later?