Tag: dating

Distasteful compliments leave unsavory aftertaste
Opinion

Distasteful compliments leave unsavory aftertaste

Since I came to college, I have accepted the fact that I apparently don’t look like other Indian students. Some combination of my hair color, skin tone and facial features leave a lot of people surprised when I tell them that yes, both of my parents are Indian, and I don’t mean the Christopher Columbus…

Not-so-sweet dating fumble sours mood
Opinion

Not-so-sweet dating fumble sours mood

Dating is hard. You’ve heard people say it, you’ve been on bad dates yourself and you’ve watched your friends go on bad dates. Bad dates exist, and you will experience many in your life: this is a most horrible truth. But I’m not here to talk about “dating culture,” because honestly, I’m not well-versed in…

Digital dating sparks relationships, one swipe at a time
Edge

Digital dating sparks relationships, one swipe at a time

Good coffee tastes like shots of courage. Nicole Dasneves, a senior at the University of Miami, learned this when she found her boyfriend. Dasneves would often see him at the Wellness Center after her dance class. Intimidated by his good looks, she couldn’t bring herself to talk to him. “I used to be a bartender….

Miami hotspots to spice up date night
Edge

Miami hotspots to spice up date night

In every relationship, there comes a time when the dates get stale. A couple can only go out for so many dinners and movies before they lose interest. It’s time to get creative, especially for first dates. If you’re having trouble coming up with ideas of your own, here are a few easy starters that…

Opinion

What guys need to know: the three A’s

I haven’t had a lot of boyfriends. That’s not to say I haven’t been hit on quite a bit, but don’t jump to the wrong conclusion! They aren’t the ones who lose interest. I can personally vouch for my charm and wit. Instead, it is I who pulls the plug on the conversation over and…

News

Political views unimportant in dating

New research conducted at the University of Miami suggests that although some might say love is blind, many people refrain from advertising their political preferences on dating websites to attempt to attract suitors. The study, published in 2011 and titled “Do bedroom eyes wear political glasses? The role of politics in human mate attraction,” was…

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Sex Ratio & Dating

The ratio of women to men on college campuses (60/40) is rising. The NYTimes recently published an excellent article that explains what consequences this has on dating. Here is an excerpt: Needless to say, this puts guys in a position to play the field, and tends to mean that even the ones willing to make…

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