Tag Archives: relationships

‘OMG, The Things I Learned in College’ offends and misrepresents modern college students

As a college student, I see the value in taking advantage of resources and getting involved in order to prepare myself for the “real world.” But after reading “OMG, The Things I Learned in College,” I felt inadequate, ill-represented and, ...

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Should I care what my siblings think of my boyfriend?

I remember the exact moment when I found out my brother was going to propose to his girlfriend. I overheard him telling my mom on the phone, my heart skipped a beat and I started crying. Actually, I started sobbing. ...

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“All the single ladies put your hands up!”

Ah singledom. Ironically, it’s sort of a love-hate relationship. I’m single. A simple definition (courtesy of dictionary.com) is: “a person unmarried or not involved in a stable relationship.” Yep, that sounds about right. I’ve been single the entirety of my ...

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Forget your stress; play a video game

Life is difficult and full of stress. You go to your job, or to school, and work hard for eight, 10 or even 12 hours a day, and after all the hard work you put in, you have the joy ...

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What about the other 364?

Valentine’s Day has historically been referred to as the “Day of Love.” Growing up, we all remember the heart-shaped candies, boxes of chocolates and cards that  profess our love for one another. But who says we need one specific day ...

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Valentine’s Day

Roses are red, violets are blue, valentine’s day is coming to you.

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Students tying the knot

Over the past few years, I’ve started to notice couples are starting to marry at younger and younger ages.

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Cyber friends, stalker friends?

We’re not stalkers. Or at least most of us don’t fall under that category.

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Long distance relationships

Long-distance relationships don’t always spell doom, but keep in mind that it takes two to tango. It’s basically about communication and being on the same page, but even so, it’s tough.

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You want me to ‘ask her?’

As I walked around campus this week I noticed something strange in the Free Speech Area. Scribbled innumerous times on the ground were the words “Ask Her.”

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Valentine’s: not just for lovers

Raindrops on windows and sun through the curtains, warm cups of cocoa with whispers of cinnamon, books full of poems that give my soul wings: These are my favorite Saturday things.

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Love in modern times

DO PEOPLE always want what they can’t have, and never want what they can? Is it better to have loved and lost, or never to have loved at all? And just what on earth is “romance”?

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