Posts Tagged ‘romance’

Stop lying to yourself 

There’s an element of uncertainty in everything we do – in deciding what to make for breakfast, whether to watch one more episode on Netflix, or to send that risky text.   We’re uncertain of our actions, but we’re even dicier in our judgement of other folks actions.   When it comes to judging other’s actions, uncertainties breed misinterpretations.   Friends and coworkers, being more lighthearted, are forgiving in their misjudgments. Partners, on the other hand,…

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Sexability: the online dating game

Hello Lovelies, I recently read an article in the Globe and Mail by Margaret Wente about the current state of the dating scene for straight women. She mentioned in the article that if you were a gender and women’s studies major that you probably were not going to like what she had to say. Granted, I…

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Fallen Matthews

Hometown: Toronto, ON Major: Masters in gender studies, with a focus on cinema and black masculinity Proudest achievement to date: Being where I am in such a short time because I started Dal in 2009, and then I graduated with my bachelors in October convocation of 2012. Then I taught English abroad in Korea because I wanted to…

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Falling and failing

The seven-day-soulmate, by Charlotte Kiddell  Day one: Assume he’s gay, based on sassy dance moves and frequent “Hey girl!” exclamations. Ditch on dance floor to seduce resident heartthrob. Day two: Hear that he hit on my sister the night before. Still think he’s gay… albeit confused. Day three: Bond over Community. Day four: Become best…

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How to find a romantic partner

  The following contains the secrets to finding a partner. Here we go. Be in the right place at the right time. Attach a specialized magnet to your body to attract potential lovers. Frequent happenin’ places in Halifax and sip your drink seductively. Although I’m not sure I’m the best person to be giving advice…

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Where to Take your date

Campus dating - by Angela Gzowski

I, Samantha Elmsley, Queen of Romance, pronounce myself an expert on where to woo a lover in Halifax. Behold my suggestions. The Company House (2202 Gottingen Street) for an acoustic concert. Picture candlelit tables and cozy seating. Plus, someone is there to entertain you, so you don’t have to make a fool of yourself by…

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2013 Most Eligible Tigers

Molly Wedge. (Chris Parent photo)

What’s that, you say? You’re single? And ready to mingle? Well, aren’t you in luck. We at the Gazette thought you may want to meet eight of Dalhousie’s most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes, all of whom are single athletes and ready to mingle. Each of these fine young men and women bring something different to…

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What I dig about you

Love at first spike. (David Munro photo)

They’ve dated for over a year, and now we’re putting their knowledge of each other to the test. Dal volleyball players Alex Dempsey and Petra Rafuse sat down with the Gazette recently to discover, once and for all, who knows the other best.

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