Headline Photo by Warner Bros. The looming presence of the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes characterized Hollywood’s autumn, forcing a return to its old classics that embody this transitory season. Even amidst the season’s implications of change and transformation, a constant remains: Nora Ephron’s autumn. At least once in your life, you’ve encountered the imagery of […]
We are rapidly approaching the most romantic holiday of the year, and it’s time to indulge in all the romance flicks you can find. Call me cheesy, but Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays.
Junior Grace Guin is UNC Chicks’ new Bachelorette.
I was in an abusive relationship that lasted the better part of a year. After a long time of hiding, of not wanting to share my story, I have realized that telling this story could help someone.
This article is based on the movie “Dear Juliet,” and it is for everyone who has ever had their heart broken by someone who did not deserve to have their heart.
He likes being close to you and will make sure you know how much he loves you, even while being swept away by dreams. Even if he is fast asleep, he will respond when you whisper, “I love you.” Some part of his brain will always be awake when it comes to you.
What dating in high school can teach you about dating in college and your future relationships.
After a lot of tears and moments of are we really going to do this?, my boyfriend and I decided it was best to break up. Long-term, we wouldn’t survive, and we both felt that it was better to break up now before our relationship had time to sour and go bad, forever discoloring our perception of each other.
“Love Talks” is a new Coulture digital series which will cover all kinds of topics ranging from breakups to self-love and any and all things dealing with relationships. As a disclaimer, the advice provided is not professional in any way –– these articles will be written from personal opinions based on experiences. “Love Talks” will be a collaborative effort from Coulture writers featuring different perspectives, but the authors will remain anonymous. We start today with the topic of long distance relationships for our first column.