Wednesday, February 22, It's complicated; let's talk! Join us in a conversation about asexual identities and ace life. Consider making a donation to support the coverage that shapes the face of Berkeley. While the hookup culture at UC Berkeley is viewed differently by everyone in the campus community, the fact remains that the system works for students when they get what they want, but not when they remain unsatisfied.
Peer pressure plays an important role.
The Hookup - Your Connection to LGBTQ Health and Wellness
While Gee said that the majority of students on campus neither frequent the Greek party scene nor overdrink, she emphasized that it is impossible to discuss the hookup culture without addressing alcohol use on campus. According to Christopher Gade, a professor of psychology at UC Berkeley, taking on the mental attitude of a group allows a person to disassociate from their individual identity. How does the world see this? How you experience this campus? It's complicated; let's talk! University Health Services health educator Karen Gee said that if those involved are prepared and open to communicating with each other, hooking up can be an empowering and positive experience. Ace-ing it at Cal: