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College Romances: The Lost Art of Actually Dating

BY CHRISTIANNA CASALETTO // MARCH 23, 2016 // When is the last time you went on a date with someone? Really went on a date with someone, because no, Netflix and Chill doesn’t count. I mean a pick-you-up-at-the-front-door date. Going out to dinner or a movie, and learning about each other, before being dropped off and watched as you get […]

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Dating in the Digital Age

BY CHRISTIANNA CASALETTO // MARCH 31, 2015 // Each decade has a staple idea of relationships and how to approach them. It wasn’t until after the 1980s that cellphones became popular, probably due to the influence of the dreamy Zack Morris (of “Saved by the Bell” fame, of course). But the use of technology in everyday life has seemingly taken […]

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Freedom of Relationship Choice

BY COLE MCNANNA // NOV. 21, 2014 // There are two types of college students: those who are in a relationship, and those who prefer not to be in one because they enjoy the freedom. College is often looked upon as a four-year party. You’re having the time of your life with your future groomsmen or bridesmaids. You’re not necessarily […]

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The Truth About Relationships

BY TANYA WILLIAMS // FEB. 14, 2014 // At Curry, as well as many other colleges and universities, the term “relationship” is rarely used. There are the select few who subject themselves to the joy and/or hell of a boyfriend or girlfriend, and good for them. But why do so many college students refuse to “settle down” with one person? […]

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When to Meet the Parents

BY ALYSSA MCCANN // NOV.12, 2013 // One night you’re meeting at a party. Before you know it, you’re eating dinner with her family! With the holiday seasons coming around the corner, many new couples are wondering if they should take their relationship to the next level: meeting the parents. Yes, it makes me cringe, too. Awkward and nerve-racking, meeting […]