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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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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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On Work and Dating: One Recent Grad’s Perspective

by Zach Horton Entering the workforce is a lot like going back to high school: you’re shuffled from one thing to the next, hardly in charge of your own schedule, and all the while, you’re under the gun to excel … Continue reading »

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When a Date Forces You Out of Your Comfort Zone

by Lauren Galvan A couple of weeks ago, I made a deal with some of my friends. The deal was that we would all ask someone out on a date before the end February. But one of my friends did … Continue reading »

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