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A Survey From Her Heart: Evaluating the Expectations of Valentine’s Day

If I were to walk into a room with a bunch of guys and asked them what holiday is coming up, you know what I’d most likely hear? “The Superbowl!” Correct, but that’s not a holiday, so try again. “National Pancake Day!” No, well, yes–and thank you for reminding me. Valentine’s Day is coming, gentlemen; […]

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The More You Know: Red Roses

University student and perpetual procrastinator, Elizabeth Rosalyn has chosen to put her Google/Wikipedia researching skills to good use by sharing her findings on random topics in her next installment of “The More You Know”. This month, she investigates why roses are considered the flower of love. When it comes to love, nothing symbolizes romance as […]

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Celebrating Single Person’s Awareness Day!

As February 14th fast approaches, the controversy that always seems to surround the season celebration of Valentine’s Day also comes to mind. Valentine’s Day is a holiday that is enjoyed by some, and entirely despised and hated by others. It’s sort of an ongoing battle of the taken vs. the single. Usually, it’s the taken […]

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He Said, She Said: Embracing Singlehood

With February being the month of love and the celebration of Valentine’s, we introduce the first of many interactive advice columns titled “He Said, She Said” where two of our male writers and two of our female writers share advice, wisdom, and provide insight based on questions from YOU! Our readers are our friends and […]

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