Dave and ethan college dating coaches


01-Jun-2017 14:46

BUIES CREEK – Hundreds of new freshmen will be arriving on the Buies Creek campus of Campbell University in less than a week and the University is preparing for their arrival.The Student Activities department’s annual Welcome Week begins Saturday, Aug.In March of 2008, lifelong friends Dave Ahdoot and Ethan Fixell posted ads on Craigslist and You Tube, inviting pairs of girls to double date them.As the responses poured in, they began charting their experiences in a series of video blogs, which quickly became a You Tube comedy series about double dating.

Now, Dave and Ethan divulge valuable dating advice to college students across the nation through reenactments, monologues, interactive exercises, videos, and original songs.

As the responses poured in, we began charting our experiences in a series of video blogs, which quickly became a You Tube comedy series about double dating.

Two hundred double dates later, we translated our crash-course education into horror-date reenactments, romantic songs, and interactive lessons in everything from dating to kissing, for a monthly show at the People’s Improv Theater in NYC.

These programs are designed to enhance the college experience for students, faculty, staff and the greater Lexington community.

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In March of 2008, we posted an ad on You Tube, inviting pairs of girls to double date us.“We offer something pretty much every day to give them the opportunity to go out and meet people.” The following are some of the highlights of the upcoming week and a complete schedule of Welcome Week: MEDALLION CEREMONY In a milestone year, Campbell University will welcome its 125th incoming freshman class with a convocation and medallion ceremony at 4 p.m. The tradition has each student walking to the front of the arena to receive a medallion engraved with the Campbell seal and his or her anticipated graduation date.The deans of Campbell’s six colleges will present the medallions, which are provided by the Alumni Association and symbolize the University’s commitment and purpose.“This time we’re going a little more in-depth on some subjects, and the students are finding it helpful.” Camel 101, which is entering its third year, is a product of Enrollment Management, a campus-wide initiative to monitor students from every aspect of university organization.