On an evening at the end of a long week, the Faculty of Humanities campus KUA, University of Copenhagen, is upbeat and bustling with its typical Friday bar crowd.
Groups of students are sitting together drinking, chatting, and, at one particular table, leaning over an i Phone hurriedly debating whether a fellow student’s photo is deserving of a green heart, or a grim red X.
A “disgusting” Philadelphia teacher who worked at a school for troubled kids was busted for dating her 16-year-old student — whom she described as her “girlfriend.” Nina Scott, 28, was charged with 34 counts each of sexual assault of a minor and corruption of a minor after admitting to police she had a relationship with the teen for eight months.
POLICE ARREST BOY, 12, IN FATAL SHOOTING OF ARKANSAS CLERK The student at the school, called the Village, told cops the fling began when she gave Scott a note saying, “How would you feel if I kissed you? Scott swore she wouldn’t tell, and the two kissed in her classroom.
Whether used for dating, hooking up, or meeting new people, students are intrigued.
Not surprisingly for the humanities crowd that we talked to, they are wary of its appearance-based objectification.
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