Posts Tagged ‘ valentines ’

Love takes a holiday

Mar 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Commentary

Jason McGill Contributor Is there anything to celebrate on Valentine’s Day? It’s the day when vans and trucks fan out to schools, offices, and homes across the country. They carry the manifestation of our culturally approved affections, typically from men to women. The women practice their reaction of surprise, embarrassment, and joy when the delivery […]



Singles can still enjoy Valentine’s Day

Mar 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Commentary

Victoria Branch Staff Artist Ahhh, Valentine’s Day. For the many cynics, the worst day of the year—the day when they are constantly reminded of their “singleness.” Everyone’s in love, everyone’s happy, everybody’s sending or receiving flowers and running around happy-go-lucky. The way I see it, you can take Valentine’s Day several ways. Hate it, tolerate […]



Radford, Keaster tell how love struck them

Mar 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Personal Features

Abby Jo Moore Contributor It started out as a case of mistaken identity. It soon developed into a friendship. And after a magical date on a snowy day off from school, it blossomed into the love of a lifetime. Sierra Radford, a junior in health communications, first met Blake Keaster, a junior in cell and […]