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Poetry | Love poem in the time of COVID-19

Poetry | Love poem in the time of COVID-19

By Leah Mensch, Opinions Editor

March 31, 2020

Opinions Editor Leah Mensch writes a love poem during a pandemic.

Opinion | Marriage and love are not one and the same

Opinion | Marriage and love are not one and the same

By Genna Edwards, Staff Columnist

March 5, 2020

To equate marriage with love is to be complicit in the domestic violence and unfair division of labor that marriage as an institution tends to include.

Opinion | Get a fish, not a relationship

Opinion | Get a fish, not a relationship

By Nina Santucci, For the Pitt News

January 27, 2020

You will never really know what your fish is feeling, but you can assume it’s undying love, as you’re the sole purpose it’s still alive.

Oakland Outlook: Finding love on TinderU

Oakland Outlook: Finding love on TinderU

By Megan Williams, Staff Writer

November 7, 2019

It’s strange to me that so many of us Pitt students look for love while in college. The very natures of each contradict, love and college, as the former portends permanence and the latter is itself a liminal space, something from which we (are intended to) move on.

Opinion | An ode to my one and only true love

Assistant Opinions Editor Leah Mensch really likes cumin.

By Leah Mensch, Assistant Opinions Editor

September 25, 2019

Unlike many other romantic relationships in my life, my love for cumin has only grown stronger over time.

Blog: Valentine’s Day, more than romantic love

Blog: Valentine's Day, more than romantic love

By Victoria Pfefferle-Gillot, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019

A long-held belief in our society is that we need to be in relationships or get married to be happy and successful — to achieve a “happily ever after,” so to speak. We have a myriad of romantic comedies and princess films that center on romance or heavily feature love interests. There’s also ...

Van Etten stuns in chilling performance at Mr. Small’s

Van Etten stuns in chilling performance at Mr. Small's

By Shawn Cooke / A&E Editor

June 20, 2014

On record, Sharon Van Etten is downright exhausting. Because it often seems like she’s putting her entire emotional and physical being into the vocal performance, it’d be reasonable to wonder how she could match — let alone come close to — that gripping sensation of longing and heartbreak in a li...

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