St. Louis especially does a great job of offering events catering to lovers and friends alike.
If you’re planning on staying in this Valentine’s Day, scornfully scrolling through your Instagram feed, you’re not alone—and we’re here to help.
Whether you’re looking for somewhere to go with your significant other, or if you’re just trying to satisfy a sweet tooth on your own, here are some places to gorge on all that sweet, sweet sugar.
Love is in the air for Valentine’s Day, but it’s difficult to find the perfect match. Occasionally, there are ways to know from the start that a supposedly special someone won’t make the cut. Here is the editorial board’s relationship deal breakers:
Do you feel like you need to do something this Valentine’s Day but would rather go to a Mardi Gras party the day of? If so, consider venturing out on Wednesday night to see Nashville-based duo Cherub play at Old Rock House, an intimate St. Louis venue.
Wash. U. students are pretty terrible at this whole romance thing. In case your best idea for a perfect Valentine’s date involves six textbooks and a Kit Mao lecture, your friendly neighborhood StudLife senior staff is here with some excellent (and terrible) date ideas for Valentine’s Day.
Though Student Life staffers are willing to nearly anything for journalism, even we have some standards when it comes to our love lives. Here are our editorial board members’ deal breakers. Sahil Patel, Managing Editor 1. You don’t like country music. We would never ever ever even get together. 2. You don’t like sports.
Valentine’s Day is this Thursday, and unless you’ve lived a fairytale life up until this point, you probably have a V-Day horror story to share. For example, last year, Senior Cadenza Editor Georgie Morvis spent his Valentine’s Day alone with his brand new Neopets account. And Managing Editor Sahil Patel spends every Valentine’s Day with […]
We all hate the clichés of Valentine’s Day, and yet they are unavoidable. To make the experience slightly less miserable, Cadenza has decided to turn V-Day into a game. Play this like regular bingo, and if you win, eat all the candy hearts you desire.
Students gathered in the DUC on Sunday to hear “dating doctor” David Coleman speak on campus, in an event organized by Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society. Coleman, who makes a career out of offering dating and romance advice, spoke with Student Life about his dating advice for college students.