“Ultimately, what’s most important is that they are here to help you.”
“Instead of being forced to isolate by mandated government shutdowns, students are now choosing to isolate of their own volition — and hurting their development as young adults in the process.”
“Learning to keep an eye out for red flags doesn’t have to be a solo endeavor.”
“A long-distance relationship — and the trust and growth it fosters — allows you to build a home with your partner before you ever share a roof.”
I know this is uncharted territory for the majority of people, but it does not have to be an awful experience. Despite the difficulties you may encounter, having a built-in pal to be there for assistance and companionship is kind of nice.
Co-opinion editors Caitlin Segraves and Katie Freeman walk women through ways to stop settling for unsatisfying sex.
You and your partner, regardless of the relationship status, deserve to check in with each other to make sure you are both okay and content. You both deserve to feel valued and not like a used condom.
“So don’t say you’ll get blue balls just because you want your partner to suck you off, that’s not cool!”
“Hey students at Butler, please masturbate quietly. Thanks, bye!”
Late Sunday morning, Butler University experienced a lockdown due to the presence of armed robbers on campus. The barrage of updates via text message, phone call and email alerted students of the suspects’ movements from the Atherton Mall toward the camel. Yes, the camel. The alert clearly meant the canal, but one typo turned a…