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Be your own valentine

No matter your relationship status or view on Feb. 14, it is important to love yourself and show it in the best ways possible. Treat yourself this Valentine’s Day! Loving yourself evokes confidence and might even make it easier to love others. Practicing self-love is…

5 things men want for Valentine’s Day

Communication and honesty Guys love to communicate. I mean, hours and hours and hours of talking. Late at night, during class, while he’s watching the big game. He’ll write your sonnets about how much he feels for you. Even if Tom Brady steps up to…

Songs to set the mood

There is way more than one mood for Valentine’s Day, and I’ve got the perfect song for every situation: Mood: “Who needs a Valentine when I’ve got my Galentines?” Song: “22” by Taylor Swift With the sudden eruption of Galentine’s Day parties, this mood is…

Is a failed Valentine’s Day a failed relationship?

Without fail, I can scroll on social media and find a “Someone boo me up so they can get me (x) for Valentines Day! Take me to (x)!” We idolize these “relationship goals” because it’s what we’ve been taught by social media. Without them, we’re…

Extremely controversial, shockingly upbeat and exciting

Those “High School Musical” days are long behind us. Zac Efron is taking on a darker role with far less musical numbers in the upcoming film “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile,” which captures the story of American serial killer Ted Bundy. Bundy was known…

Taking on the man, one tweet at a time

As of December 2018, one college student has begun to single handedly take on both toxic masculinity and modern dating culture one tweet at a time. Mirroring the style of one of Twitter’s more wholesome accounts, “WeRateDogs,” which highlights the best pups around and rates…

‘Call Her Daddy’

“Do you call him Daddy? You mean call her Daddy?” “Call Her Daddy;” the podcast presented by Barstool Sports has picked us up, shaken us around and left us to fend for ourselves. This is the podcast you’ll want to turn down when a parent…

Super six picks: female artists of color

It seems like there’s never a week where I don’t see a public figure accused of cultural appropriation. I won’t name any names, but there is definitely a few that can easily come to mind. As a minority myself, this is really frustrating to see.…

‘Sex Education’ is for you

You know your childhood is officially over when you watch a show in which your middle school celebrity crush talks only about sex. “Sex Education” follows the story of awkward high school student Otis Milburn (Asa Butterfield), the son of two sex therapists, as he…

KonMari – Is it just Netflix’s version of ‘Hoarders’?

During my Netflix binge-mas days over winter break, I came across a new release called “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo.” I had a vague idea it was a cleaning show, which somewhat confused me since it was so popular. If it was anything like those…

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