College is a time of great social interaction and learning who you are as a person. Through casual flings to drunken hookups, finding sex at Purdue is about as easy as finding a bike in a tree. The Black Sheep has compiled a list of the top five best places to hook up at Purdue, and a frat house didn’t make the cut. Take your lover on an adventure and check off every one on the list.
5.) Third Floor of HSSE Library:
Few people are aware that HSSE even has a third floor, meaning that hardly any people are ever there. If you and your partner are more late-night crammers (referring to your studying habits, what else!?), then HSSE is the place for you.
4.) Basement of Hicks:
Unlike HSSE, Hicks is the library that students go to when they aren’t doing homework. Students take all their schoolwork just to find a way to procrastinate. And what better way to procrastinate than hooking up in one of the group study rooms?
3.) On Top of Grant Street Garage:
Indiana is gracing the Boilermakers with a few extra days of summer, meaning it’s not too cold to have sex outside. Take your partner to the top of Grant Street Garage and revel in the view (of the beautiful fall colors on campus, of course).
2.) Ross-Ade Stadium:
The most difficult location on the list, Ross-Ade is on lockdown most of the time. There’s a chance you could luck out and find an unlocked gate to make your way down to the 50-yard-line. Someone should get to score on the field.
1.) Under the Bell Tower:
The Bell Tower is an iconic landmark on Purdue’s campus. They say that if you walk under it, you won’t graduate in four years. But they also say that if you kiss someone under it, you’ll end up marrying that person. Wonder what would happen if two Boilermakers did the dirty under it?
As Boilermakers, we need healthy methods of stress relief to cope with the exorbitant amounts of homework and projects and papers we have to deal with on a daily basis. Go find a (consenting) partner and help each other release some oxytocin. If you get caught, just tell them you’re studying up for your BIOL 203 exam.