• TikTok and Relationships: The Green and Red Flags

    It’s fair to say that TikTok is very influential, so Evie Seal questions whether is it a positive or negative thing that people are showing the ups and downs of relationships on TikTok?...
  • Love’s Idiot: The Science Behind Falling in Love

    Eva Hughes-Sutton I was 17 years old, five minutes into a deep drunk-chat in the bathroom of a house party (no less) when I asked my friend the age-old question, the one that had burned in the forefront of my mind since I first watched Jack and Rose kiss...
  • Cuffing Season: Should We Stay Single?

    With ‘Cuffing Season’ having just arrived, Florence Keck discusses whether it is really that important or whether we should be comfortable in being single?...
  • Love at University – Is It Possible To Be In A Relationship At University?

    No matter your degree, the majority of students at university often find themselves subjected to some tough lessons in love. Whether it be a long-distance partner, the friend you’ve accidentally committed 'flatcest' with, a hinge hookup, or someone you’ve met the old fashioned way (a.k.a in real life!), Maddie...
  • The Virtual Reality of Relationships: Can we actually find true love on a dating app?

    Tinder, Bumble, Grindr, Hinge… There are endless new dating apps popping up at an increasingly jarring rate. From once just matching with someone nearby, you can now use apps that handpick your conquests based on age, religion, wealth - with the list going on and on. As the number...
  • Ultimate Displays of Romance in Film and TV

    Love in movies and TV shows pave the way for the idealisation of romantic gestures, making it more and more difficult for people to live up to these standards. Here are a few that made Santhana Kanapathippillai fall in love with the characters and crave excitement and glamour in...
  • The Best Movie Meet-Cutes

    Elliana Murillo *Warning some points may include spoilers* A ‘meet cute’ is the first meeting between two characters that go on to develop a relationship, often a romantic one. It is usually witnessed in romantic comedy movies (rom-coms). For our February theme of ‘flirtation’, Elliana explores some of the...