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Tying the knot: married and engaged students on campus

Sophomore Ethan Welch and first-year Sandra Guyette, a biology major at St. Michael’s College, met in 2015 through a mutual friend and began dating a few weeks later. Welch proposed on August 19, 2018.
Allie O'Connor, Assistant Culture Editor February 15, 2019

When an undergraduate Public Communication major joined Chi Alpha, an on-campus Christian fellowship, she didn’t expect to meet her husband. The average marriage age for women in the U.S is 27 years...

We need to discuss abusive relationships

We need to discuss abusive relationships
Anonymous, Staff Writer December 13, 2018

As a campus, we’ve opened up a dialogue around more sensitive topics like rape culture. Students aren’t afraid to address hard-hitting issues around sex and relationships. However, there is an astonishing...

Prime Time Cats – Old Enough?

Prime Time Cats - Old Enough?
Corey Dew and Kim Henry, Multimedia Reporters October 1, 2018

Ok, we see you Drake, don't think we ain't watching! This week join Corey and Kim on Prime Time Cats to discuss age gaps in relationships-- both romantic and platonic. In the span of a week Drake was...

Third time’s the charm: what I have learned

November 9, 2016

I recently had sex with a new partner. This new rendezvous bumped the number of guys I have slept with up from two. My “number” is now three. I have had sex with three different people. I thought...

The importance of sibling relationships

The importance of sibling relationships
Eva Bartels October 6, 2016

One of the first things I like to find out when getting to know someone is the relationship they have with their siblings. There are obvious products of relationships with siblings, like someone’s...

Facebook has created a tool that allows users to ignore their exes

Camilla Broccolo December 8, 2015

Seeing your old flame on social media can be one of the worst aspects of a breakup, or as this generation calls it, the end of a “committed” hookup, whatever you want to call it, as long as no one...

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