Best places to date around campus
Forget going into town for a date – why not stay around campus?
Get a double shot of love with a morning coffee…
Pros: It will definitely perk you up…
Cons: Coffee breath.
Date rate: 9/10
Teach her how to play pool and show her all the right balls to hit.
Pros: With so much unecessary closeness, it’s pretty much an excuse to feel each-other up
Cons: There’s a chance you might strike out, with the game AND the girl!
Date rate: 7/10
Cuddle up under Old Joe
Pros: She’ll think it’s totes romantic
Cons: If you’re there when the clock strikes, you will both definitely fail your degrees.
Date rate: 8/10
Take a trip to the library and become study buddies.
Pros: The quiet zones can be very cosy…
Cons: Your grades will definitely suffer.
Date rate: 5/10
Bramall Music Building
Serenade her with a piano…
Pros: You’ll look really cultured and stuff
Cons: If you only know ‘chopsticks’ – avoid.
Date rate: 6/10
Take her to The Goose when there’s a big game on… girls just love that sort of thing.
Pros: You can totally pretend to splash the cash by treating her to two meals for £6
Cons: When you try and whisper sweet nothings into each-others ears, the locals may be prying nearby.
If they’ve spent the night be sure to do the right thing and treat them to a nice breakfast, because a girl can never have enough sausage in her life (or can she…?)
Pros: You can nurse a hangover from FAB and romance at the same time (SMOOTH)
Cons: Probably has a 2/10 for romantic ambience.
Date rate: 6/10
If all else fails, what could possibly go wrong with a lunch time Roosters? If she’s unable to resist the man behind the counter, at least you can cry into your chicken.
Pros: With its florescent lighting and lack of seats, everything about Roosters is one big pro point
Cons: She may be a vegetarian
Date rate: 10/10
There’s plenty of potential for romance on campus! You just need to use your imagination…
Photography: Charlotte Wilson
Models: Ian Dudley & Emily Hickey-Mason