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Category Archives: Courtship

Lecture at Pitt prompts student to ask, “How do I ask someone out?”

by the Pitt Off the Hook Officer Team This past April Pitt Off the Hook invited Monica Gabriel, the Relationship Editor at Verily Magazine, to give a talk entitled “The Big Lie of the Hookup Culture,” at the University of … Continue reading »

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Brown’s Newest Student Group, ‘Unhooked,’ Makes Its Debut On Campus

by the Unhooked Officer Team While some of you might have been strategizing how to ask your crush out or planning the perfect “level one” date for Valentine’s Day weekend, Unhooked at Brown spent Friday, February 12th, cozied up in … Continue reading »

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‘How to Follow Your Heart Without Losing Your Mind’ at Princeton

by the Princeton Anscombe Society Officer Team On February 11, 2016 the Princeton Anscombe Society hosted Dr. John Van Epp who lectured on the topic of college dating and relationships. His talk, entitled “How to Follow Your Heart without Losing … Continue reading »

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3 Tips to Bring Dating Back

by Anonymous Shocked and bewildered. That’s how I felt during my freshmen year of college as I watched my peers forego the remnants of the dating script they learned in high school. The first months of school were full of … Continue reading »

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Get It Right: “Dating” and “Relationship”
Don’t Mean the Same Thing

by James Lopez I’ve often had conversations with my peers who explain they won’t ask someone out because they’re not ready to commit to something serious with that person. They’re afraid that just by asking someone on a date, they’ll … Continue reading »

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When Dating is Actually Less Stressful

by Jason Morgan Everyone craves intimacy. We all desire to know and be known by our fellow human beings. But the thing is, we weren’t all born already knowing everybody else. This is actually a good thing because, humans and … Continue reading »

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Dating is Unnecessarily Complicated

by Erik Massenzio Dating does not have to be awkward. For whatever reason, dating has become synonymous with “having a boy/girlfriend.” It does not have to be this way, and probably does more harm than good in the long run! … Continue reading »

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Remembering Amy Kass

by Cassandra Hough Perhaps you saw the multiple pieces paying tribute to the life and legacy of Amy Kass a couple of weeks ago. Robert P. George, Gertrude Himmelfarb, Yuval Levin, William Schambra, and Diana Schaub were among the many … Continue reading »

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Love, Marriage, and the Pursuit of Happiness:
Why We Should End the Pursuit – Part 2

by David Rodriguez This is part two of a series on love, marriage, and the pursuit of happiness. Having previously described the pursuit of happiness and its relationship to love, David Rodriguez continues the discussion by defining the relationship between love … Continue reading »

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Love, Marriage, and the Pursuit of Happiness:
Why We Should End the Pursuit – Part 1

by David Rodriguez Should loving someone make us happy? Is fulfillment tied directly to our emotions? David Rodriguez sets out to explain the answers to these questions in part one of a two-part series on love, marriage, and the pursuit of … Continue reading »

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