Purdue dating scene
But some early observations are that a lot of people are coupled up at bars and even at the gym. I just got here yesterday, starting the job on Wednesday, looking at apartments downtown this week.^^^I'm originally from Connecticut and lived in Indy for a while in the 1990's. I knew a lot during my school years in CT and even some of my friends were Nerds. My best advice would be to hang out at local libraries and perhaps at college libraries to see if you can make some friends.
Someone mentioned to me checking out Indy hub which is a networking group for young professionals, they meet the 2nd Wednesday every month at the Slippery Noodle, might be worth a shot.. Another idea would be to check to see if the local colleges and universities have clubs devoted to "nerdy" activities and then enroll, take a class and join the 5 people in that movement LOL Thats another reason i love Indy The national occupy movement forgot the nations 11th largest city.
I know a lot of young professionals live in the castelton area.
You mostly get a lot of kids who just graduated from Indiana colleges that move to Indy.
I've seen that term thrown around a lot in this forum...
As far as a dating scene for young professionals, I'll be able to comment in a couple weeks. When I think of hipster, I think of pasty, awkward, ambiguously employed, and wearing skinny pants. I don't recall running into many Nerdy people in Indy.
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See also our MLA vidcast series on the Purdue OWL You Tube Channel.If your talking hipsters, then Indy definitely doesn't have that. I grew up in the northeast, about 40 minutes outside of NYC and have spent a lot of time in NYC.