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What’s your Valentine’s Day plans? Multimedia Reporter Kayla Campbell asks students around campus about their heart-shaped plans.
“For the second year in a row, the Collegian asked the Butler community to share their ‘tiny love stories’ in the vein of the New York Times series of the same name. Spanning from romantic love to self-love, from familial love to platonic love, from love for a pet to love for a hobby, these love stories — all in 100 words or shorter — are sure to tug at even the toughest of heartstrings.”
“Effortlessly mixing romantic and funny moments, these rom-coms are sure to be the perfect Valentine’s Day watch.”
“I firmly believe that you just got to roll with what life gives you and it’s okay to be single and it’s okay to celebrate Valentine’s Day in your own nontraditional or conventional way.”
“Galentine’s Day focuses on female friendship and spreading the love that everyone deserves in a non-traditional way.”
“Don’t let your reality keep you from finding your eternal happiness, pookie.”
Multimedia reporter Eva Hallman reports about a special Trixie Tuesday in honor of Valentine’s Day.
“Inspired by the ‘Tiny Love Stories’ column of The New York Times, readers and staff members of The Butler Collegian told their own stories of love — all 100 words or less — for Valentine’s Day.”
Couple holds hands as they descend the stairs of the belltower. Photos by Lauren Gdowski. LAUREN GDOWSKI | PHOTO EDITOR | firstname.lastname@example.org Lydia & Dawson The love story of Lydia and Dawson goes all the way back to the eighth grade. Despite their close friendship and mutual ongoing crush, they did not start…