Many students date during their university days because it's their best opportunity to find pure love. Some students do not because they say it is a waste of time and money. What is your opinion about campus love?
Students Are Entitled to Experience True Love
Should universities discourage students from dating on the grounds that' it is a waste of time as well as energy? Or is it justified for students to venture into a romantic relationship from which they will learn valuable lessons absent from their textbooks? I personally advocate campus dating.
Opponents may argue that university students should place study as their priority as dating in all likelihood may distract them from this objective. However, learning is not all about memorizing textbooks and passing exams. True love holds the key to happiness in life and students are entitled to experience it. Admittedly, a relationship may serve as a distraction in some cases? Yet, it can also yield beneficial results. Couples may encourage each other to achieve academic excellence and support each other in times of crisis. Furthermore, it is tantamount to cruelty to hinder the pursuit of true love. The decision as to whether or not to start a relationship should be an entirely personal choice free from interference. In the final analysis, I believe that students can learn so much from a relationship, such as tolerance, care and compromise. All of these will serve well foll their future success both in career and in life.
In conclusion, campus love promotes happiness, and can be beneficial towards academic study and therefore should be a matter of personal choice.
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