In the article, Hooking Up: Sex, Dating, and Relationships on Campus by Kathleen A. Bogle, hooking up on college campuses is examined through first hand interviews of college students. Bogle’s approach to hooking up is not like most, she avoids the “moral panic” that most people feel towards hooking up, and instead researches the meaning of it to college students and what role it plays in their lives. To gain accurate information about hooking up, Bogle sat down with 76 participants. 51 of those participants were current college students, 33 women and 18 men, and 25 recent college graduates 9 women, and 16 men, all below the age of thirty. The most important finding from the interviews was that “hooking up” does not mean the same thing to everybody. Hooking up can range from just kissing to sex.