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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Under the Kilt: Living with your S.O.

Sporting my Jamba Juice cashier uniform, I asked, "Can I get you anything else?" "Your number," said the rather charming retail store clerk — and three months later, we found ourselves converting the garage...

Under the Kilt: The Valentine’s dating game

Oftentimes dating makes us feel like we’re participants on random dating shows, testing out each contestant and trying to find a match. Valentine’s Day is one day of the year that couples can rejoice...

Under the Kilt: Best friends with benefits

I’m sure we’re all familiar with the “best friends that are also a couple” motif present in both life and fiction. There’s Marshall and Lily from “How I Met Your Mother.” There’s Harry and...

Under the Kilt: Sexual policing, a crime too common

Something that’s been on my mind for some time, that in many ways is difficult to talk about, is the way I’ve noticed the immense amount of judgment and sexual policing other women give...

Under the Kilt: Communication and honesty are the best policies

Do things ever quite go as we plan them in relationships? Even the best of them have unexpected twists and turns for better or for worse. One of the biggest keys, however, to making...

Under the Kilt: Make it or Break it

There comes a time in every relationship when you both start noticing each others’ flaws: his obnoxious snoring, her dreadful morning breath, his disturbing sense of “fashion” or her questionable messiness. So, a very...
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Under the Kilt: No one is out of your league

There are numerous renditions of the axiom, “You need to love yourself before anyone else can.” There may be a temptation to shrug and immediately write it off as untrue — perhaps because for...

The righteous way to deal with envy

Aside from cheating, what's the number one issue that has led to breakups since the dawn of time? Here's a hint. It's the "green-eyed monster," also known as jealously. Jealousy can be shown in...

Sailing into an office romance

I’ve pretty much scavenged the depths of the Atlantic Ocean and the craters of the moon in search of a romantic relationship. Still. No. Luck. Fishing for a partner can be a tough and...

Under the Kilt: To LDR or not to LDR?

As the spring quarter comes to a close, many couples are forced to separate — some are going back to different hometowns for the summer and others are being separated by after-graduation plans. And...