I'll stress again that she is a FORMER professor. Not only that, I'm also recently graduated, so hopefully there aren't any ethical problems in her mind.
I want to ask her out to dinner, but I'm unsure what would be more appropriate here - calling or emailing. She gave out her phone number in class for class purposes, and I wouldn't want to seem too intrusive. On the other hand, I've never emailed someone to ask them out and it seems less-than-ideal. What's the best plan?
Additional fact: I don't have any way to find her in-person any time in the near future.
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it has nothing to do with ethical problems it has to do with whether or not she will say yes after all it is her decision. if your professor gave out her number for class purposes I don't think you should communicate with her by asking her out through that number. wonder if you call her or text her and she is up telling you that she is married or she has a boyfriend? think about it if she is that attractive you won't be the first guy who used to be her students to ask her out. one thing I can say for sure is do not text someone asking someone out.0