Monday, October 5, 2009

Looking for love in three minutes flat.

We live in a fast paced world constantly defined by how quickly we can accomplish tasks.In 1998, a Rabbi from Los Angeles took this a step farther when he invented speed dating to allow local singles in his community the opportunity to meet and scout out perspective partners.A little over a decade later, speed dating has spread across the world, and in doing so, has made it's way to the University of Montana. Over the past month, the University Center on campus played host to two separate speed dating events.Photographer Grant Beaudette and reporter Drew Trafton followed a University sophomore around one of the events to see if he could find "the one".

Web Extra
Hate Crime Advocate and former SARC volunteer Jenny Shuyler speaks about healthy and unhealthy traits to look for in relationships.

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