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Sex and the Univercity: Tinder

About a month after ending a long-term, long distance relationship, I figured the time was right to do a little window shopping. I had previously thought of Tinder with disdain; it’s a shallow concept made even more so by people who ‘play’ in front of each other, making judgmental comments about appearances and not even bothering to read the other person’s bio. However, now that my friends and I are approaching our mid-twenties and most of the group have proper grown-up lifes

Sex and the Univercity: staying single

[Robert Wheatley | Lifestyle Editor] I’ve been in relationships before, namely long-distance ones as my previous article reflects upon, one may suggest that this is the reason why I have chosen to not pursue a relationship. Perhaps this is the case: if I continued to live with someone whom I loved, I may feel that it was a relationship I would want to stay in forever. But it was a while after the end of my last “relationship” that I started to ponder whether a relationship wa

8 things to avoid on Valentine’s Day if you’re single

[Charlotte Green | Contributing Writer] As soon as the Christmas cards are gone, out come the Valentine’s ones. If you’re single on the 14th of February, pretty much everything serves as a pleasant reminder of your relationship status. Here’s a list of things it’s best to avoid if the only special someone in your life is a bottle of wine. 1) The radio Well, unless you want to hear Whitney Houston’s ‘I Will Always Love You’ on repeat and soppy shout outs keep it switched off.