I agree that you should branch out and meet lots of people, but you can do that without sexual activity.
Granted, some people DO want to experience other people and for those people, perhaps they should take a break from relationships and just have some sexy fun with sexy people. College is definitely the perfect place to meet new people and do new things. Is your number of sexual partners important to you?
They go to the same college, live together, sit together, and rush home to each other nightly.
I feel that they are both missing out on being young people even though their relationship is really happy. Personally, I have no need or want to “experience” multiple people and I definitely don’t see that as the point of college.
College is supposed to be the best four years of your life.
It’s supposed to be the time when teenage boys and girls “find themselves”, when they start to mature, make a whole new set of friends, go out and have fun, have new experiences, and generally just have a great time.
Living in the same building as guys creates interesting new situations (and vocab words! There's sexile (when your roommate hooks up with someone in your room and you're shut out) and dormcest (dating people who live in your dorm).
Dorm gossip can devastate your reputation more than high school gossip — you live with the people who know your business!
And now you've dated everyone you wanted to, or you don't click with the guys at your school, or you're tired of the high school drama — and you can't wait for college.
You've heard the basics about college dating: more types of guys, more freedom, and more mature relationships (hopefully).
Basically being single, meeting people, dating around. I’m more on the pro-spotlight of college experience actually.