Valentine’s Day: A Jewish Perspective
By Laura Shaposhnikova
It was a Thursday like any other. I woke up, ate my bowl of Cheerios and made my way to class. What started off as an ordinary day turned into an inexplicable maze of “PDA” and roses. Confused, I held the door ajar for ...
Engaged in College
By Aviva Woolf
Love in college is tricky. You are in a jam-packed city full of students with little supervision, little privacy and a lot of people to meet. And by “meet” I mean bump into at a party at 1 a.m. and awkwardly see the next ...
What’s Your Relationship Status?
By Lauren Shaw
College boyfriends are unnecessary, at least if you ask sophomore marketing major Christina Esqueu.
“Dating in college is nothing like dating in the rest of the world,” said Esqueu. “People are like, ‘I’m bored! ...
Going the Distance
By Alicia McElhaney
They say it never works. A long-distance relationship is impossible: it will force you to compromise independence, become emotionally attached and worst of all, you hardly get to see your significant other.
And yet the ...