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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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I Love Him Because He Loved Me First

by Christina Brown This article was originally published here at I Believe in Love. I love my husband because he first loved me. That may sound unromantic, but as I learned, it’s quite the opposite! We met through mutual friends … Continue reading »

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Will you do what’s expected…or take a chance on something great?

By Cassandra Hough This reflection was inspired by the campaign poster (pictured left), which asks the question, “Will you do what’s expected, or take a chance on something great?”  I have fond memories of my college friends and I singing … Continue reading »

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Happy Galentine’s Day!

By Brittany Crippen If you’ve ever watched the TV show, Parks and Recreation, you might have heard Leslie Knope talk about her favorite holiday—Galentine’s Day. According to Leslie, February 13th is a holiday where ladies can simply celebrate being ladies, … Continue reading »

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6 Fun and Affordable Date Ideas

By Cait Duggan Since Valentine’s Day is TOMORROW, it’s (a little past) time to start making some plans for two (or more!). Here are a few suggestions for some fun and affordable dates for groups or couples: Meander Through a … Continue reading »

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Is love always fleeting…or can it last?

By Luke Foster This reflection was inspired by the campaign poster (pictured right) which asks the question, “Is love always fleeting…or can it last?” On campuses where communication between the sexes seems reduced to opaque texting or hookups on demand, … Continue reading »

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Is he the latest distraction…or could he be the real thing?

  By Mary Spence This reflections was inspired by the campaign poster (pictured left), which asks the question, “Is he the latest distraction…or could he be the real thing?”  In Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, young Lydia Bennett won herself … Continue reading »

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Is she just a night…or could she be worth a lifetime?

By Amelia Sims This reflection was inspired by the campaign poster (pictured right) which poses the question, “Is she just a night…or could she be worth a lifetime?” Last night I stood with my friend at the corner of a … Continue reading »

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Write a love story. Not a tweet.

By Caitlin Seery This Valentine’s Day why not write a love story instead of a tweet? That’s what we at the Love and Fidelity Network, along with student leaders from across the country, are challenging college men and women to … Continue reading »

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