CALIFORNIA, Pa. (AP) -- Forget those other dating websites. A California University of Pennsylvania student has plans to start a website where students can find other coeds who are looking for sexual partners.
Tyler Normile, of Whitehall, registered a new domain name for his site, but so far it's not up and running. He tells the Observer-Reporter of Washington the site is a social experiment and he wants to see how far he "can push the envelope."
The 21-year-old junior majoring in network security says he hopes the site is up and running by March and he may open it up to other colleges. The site's slogan is, "Safer than Craigslist and cheaper than bars."
A university spokeswoman says the site is not affiliated with the school. She says California University "does not condone the risky behavior this site appears to promote."
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