By Ellen McCarthy
The year she turned 30, Rebecca Bloch started dating a nice man. The type who did the right things and was ready to commit, talking of marriage after just a few months together.
The recent law school grad had spent the previous decade in a string of failed relationships. With every new guy she [...]
By Thomas Dewick
Lehigh’s very own professor of love, Quiana Daniel, met with students in the Peak Performance Center of Johnson Hall on Wednesday to discuss how to maintain a healthy relationship in college.
Daniel, of the Office of Residence Life, covered the importance of communication, trust and mutual respect.
“Really happy relationships are based on deep friendship,” [...]
By Kerstin Gupilan
Published on November 18, 2009
There’s a reason I’m still single. Yes, single. I’ve actually dated more than I’ve been in a serious relationship. Not being tied to a single significant other has its benefits, but also major downsides.
The thing is, I know exactly what the problem is, and I’ve been working to correct [...]
Aug. 25, 2009
Former Reality Show Contestant Offers Insight Into Ryan Jenkins’ Personality
(CBS) Police in Canada are still investigating the murder of swimsuit model Jasmine Fiore, after the suspect in her death was found dead in a motel.
As CBS News correspondent Michelle Gielan reports, the manhunt for Ryan Jenkins is finally over but authorities are [...]
August 5, 2009
By: Noreen Panizzoli
Statistics show that American’s are waiting until much later in life then they did just ten years ago to pursue a love relationship. With more and more people seeing the need to get a college education and have a sure footing in their careers before finding love, why should they [...]