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Don’t rush relationships

Gaby Yap, asst. opinions editor
February 17, 2023

My first relationship was far from magical. It was the wrong situation, the wrong person, and, most especially, the wrong time. At the moment, I hated not being in a relationship, and seeing others around...

Opposites do attract

Callie Choi, guest columnist
February 17, 2023

We have all heard of the black cat and golden retriever trope, grumpy and cheerful; and the sun and moon cliché. Although these tropes may be a romanticized perception of opposing personalities, I believe...

Media isn’t everything

Maya Scahill, asst. a&e editor
February 17, 2023

Starting from a young age, many are exposed to the idea of perfect relationships, especially from movies like High School Musical to classics like 10 Things I Hate About You and Clueless. When I got to...

The evolution of Valentine’s Day practices

Nicole Surcel, Co-opinions editor
February 12, 2021

Each holiday celebrated across America unifies a group of individuals in honoring a common culture. While many holidays are based in religion and celebrated by those who adhere to a particular faith, there...

Illustration by Theone Purev

Valentine’s Day: a holiday for self-love

Emily Blumberg, asst. opinions editor
February 14, 2020

I’ve never loved Valentine’s Day. The cards are cliché, candy hearts have always tasted like plastic and the day itself only seems to remind people that they are spending yet another Feb. 14 alone. Walking...

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