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NAACP hosts a panel that discusses relationships

NAACP hosts a panel that discusses relationships

Briyana Anderson, Staff Reporter

November 19, 2019

Talking, dating, boyfriend/girlfriend relations, cheating and sexual relations were all addressed by a panel of students yesterday evening. The university chapter of NAACP hosted “Battle of the Sexes” on Nov. 18. The event involved an open forum on the stages of relationships with the many co...

Open relationships breed disloyalty, damages our society

Open relationships breed disloyalty, damages our society

Dylan Meche, Staff Reporter

October 19, 2019

Dating has always been a confusing and complicated world. A recent trend that has emerged and began to gain more popularity in the world of dating is open relationships. Open relationships are when both parties in the relationship agree to the possibility of seeing other people while still staying...

How dating transfers to an adult lifestyle

One way that students can meet new people and create relationships is through tailgates at university home games. Dating in college and after graduation can raise differences, but attending social events can bring people of all backgrounds together.

Shaelyn Martinez, Staff Reporter

April 9, 2019

Looking from the inside, dating in college may seem comparatively easier than dating after graduation. While some people feel that it is comparatively easier to meet people in college, others may not find any differences. Sophie Daigle, a sophomore kinesiology major, met her current boyfriend Anthony Corder...

Problems in 21st-century relationships

Problems in 21st-century relationships

Shaelyn Martinez, Staff Reporter

April 2, 2019

“I really just can’t believe he left me on read.” “She hasn’t talked to me in the past few days. She’s not into me anymore.” “If he is not going to answer my Snapchat then I guess I am going to have to get back on Tinder.” These are all statements I have encountered because of the...

Dating takes a page from the playbook

Carlisle Koestler, a senior pitcher, and Jenna Bordelon, a junior nursing major, pose for a picture in Friendship Circle. They   began dating about two years ago and have managed the time commitments of athletics.

Zachary Araki, Assistant Editor

April 2, 2019

Beyond balancing academics and sports, athletes’ schedules can find room for managing a social life, including dating. Anna Watkins, a senior psychology major, met Cole Stevens, a senior chemistry major on the rugby club, at Loranger High School, and they began dating in April of 2014. Watkins di...

Dating trends shift to a more modern approach

 Dating trends have shifted because of the impact that social media plays in relationships. Students tend to use their time on media outlets like Tinder and Bumble to find a someone special.

Shaelyn Martinez, Staff Reporter

April 2, 2019

Dating trends change continuously with time. From being a formal experience, these trends have has changed to casual experiences like “hooking up.” Some trends such as “ghosting,” however, may be confusing, and may not lead to an easy commitment. Margaret Price, a sophomore family and cons...

Dates for the indecisive and frugal

Dates for the indecisive and frugal

Jacob Summerville, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2019

Yes, lover season is here, and couples everywhere are scrambling to make reservations at a steakhouse, buy the largest box of chocolates, and remember that they are behind on rent. For most college students, an extravagant night out is not possible. The first hurdle is finances. Personally, I hate m...

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