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Popular dating applications like Tinder and Hinge have seen a surge in users and activity during the coronavirus pandemic.

Guilford students navigate swipes, snares of dating apps

Renata Diaz, World and Nation Editor February 13, 2022

Many 2000s movies and television shows focused on true love and finding “the one.” An example of this is “How I Met Your Mother,” which premiered on Sept. 19, 2005. The show centered around five...

A large percentage of college students use dating apps like Tinder.

Cold weather sparks desire for romance

Lana Heltzel, Editor-In-Chief December 3, 2019

At last, North Carolina’s lingering summer warmth has faded, and a chill permeates the air. Leaves crunch underneath your boots and nights are arriving ever-earlier. But as the cold drives people inside,...

Office of Title IX hosts series of October seminars

Ramya Krishna, Staff Writer November 6, 2019

October is not only the month of autumn leaves and Halloween, it is also Domestic Violence Awareness Month. According to research done by Fifth & Pacific Companies, Inc., 57% of students who have been...

Online faking: how to date a stranger

James Sharpe, Staff Writer April 4, 2014

Online dating is not dating. Meeting someone on the computer and never going on a physical outing with them is not dating someone. Most people who online date have never met. In fact, lots of people...

Valentine’s Day is over, so what next?

February 15, 2013

Whether your main squeeze was expecting flowers, you surprised an unsuspecting muse or you sent that, “I’ve been thinking about you” booty-call text to your first-year sweetheart, you had decisions...

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