Happy Birthday Arizona

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By Tanner Weigel, Staff Writer Valentine’s Day is upon us once again. As a member of the chronically-single club, I spent last week thinking about the wonderfully cynical things I could write about this holiday. But as an Arizona native, it dawned on me that I could instead strike a more positive tone and celebrate […]

Love Languages: Expressing Love by Culture

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By Amanda Cardini, Co-editor The holiday of love is almost upon us and as every T-bird knows, expressing your feelings can vary widely by country and culture. While in English there is only one phrase for saying “I love you”, some languages have multiple ways and many cultures are more expressive than American culture. Societal […]

A Reminder to Say “I love you”

By Gillian Reid, Staff Writer We live in a fast-paced world where there are a million things going on and only so many hours in the day. However, I have come to realize that you have to slow down and “smell the roses” so to speak. This is why I always remind the people that […]

Love-Spoons and Black Noodles: V-Day Around the World

By Lara Cornelius, Staff Writer Oh, Valentine’s Day. As shelves in the U.S. brim with Russell Stover heart-shaped boxes, oversized teddy bears, and Hallmark cards, other countries engage in their own ways of declaring love, indulging, and gift-giving. Most countries have their particular customs and traditions of celebrating Valentine’s Day, but they seem to have […]

The Secret Life of Cupid

By Laura Aviles, Staff Writer  Chocolates, flowers, post cards, letters, movie tickets, jewelry, love songs, not so love songs, the list can go on and on. The month and the day have arrived when many people celebrate and demonstrate love to their plus one. Messages on social media can result in melted hearts or make you […]

Date Me If You Dare – Valentine’s Day Matching Show

By: Gloria Liu, Staff Writer Spending Valentine’s Day alone seems unappealing to many people, especially university students who secrete an abundance of hormones. To combat with the enormous loneliness and massive boredom, Chinese Students & Scholars Association (CSSC) at Arizona State University (ASU) hosted a matching show called “Fei Cheng Wu Rao” meaning “Don’t ask […]