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In her second novel, Ali Hazelwood delivers a heartfelt romance filled with science, hate and love. “Love on Brain” brings out fresh, developed characters that shine in her writing.  Bee Königswasser lives by one simple rule; what would Marie Curie do? She lands the opportunity of a lifetime when offered to lead a...

In between the fast-paced college environment and maintaining a social life, you might find someone you want to get to know on a more personal level. While there are few spots on campus considered date-worthy, the large city of Houston is home to numerous spots perfect for romantic gestures. Listed from cheapest...

Moving on from past relationships is hard, even those that could barely be considered relationships. It's OK to let yourself mourn the ending of these situations.

Everyone knows about dating apps, but relationship apps are the next step. Whether you want to build a deeper connection with your partner, send and create playlists or just mess around with technology -- there’s an app for that.

Love languages are the ways we chose to give and receive affection, whether that be through gifts, words, services, touches or time. Finding which love language you appreciate most could be tricky at times, because every healthy relationship has a small dose of all five to share with a partner, but continue on to...

The history and traditions of Christmas and Thanksgiving are well known to almost all, but what about the explosion of the red and pink holiday decorations that come after the Christmas trees? Every year, people of all ages across the globe celebrate love on Valentine’s Day with flowers, hearts and chocolate. But how...

A short story, personal anecdote, and a little two cents on how we portray love. “You have never surprised me!” Olivia said. “Never! C’mon, I got you a bedspread on your birthday from Walmart. Even you were there. You forget and then blame me!” Ben said. “Exactly my point, I was there. How can it be a...

Let’s get something out the way before we delve further into this discussion. Virginity is a social construct made up to further curve women from having sex. It is common belief when you have sex for the first time, it is “supposed” to hurt, because you break your hymen for the first. That’s not how it works....

According to History.com, the roots of Valentine’s Day date back to a violent, ancient roman fertility festival held in mid-February called, Lupercalia. Later, the Christian church came along and changed Lupercalia to Valentine’s Day in order to purify the celebration. Before learning more about the holiday, I figured...

The new year brings in a lot of new things. New routines, new classes, new professors, maybe even new friends. Maybe you’ve found your new favorite coffee shop in Houston, or bought a subscription to a new gym. One thing’s remained the same though, you’re here, and they’re there. You could be 100, 1000 or 10000 miles...