February 14, 2003
|THE SEX ISSUE||
student body reveals all in sex survey
Student sex lives: the good, the bad and the kinky
Seven stories of sexual experiences.
Gazette editors pick their ideal man/woman
From Gwynnie to Good, and Shakira to Swayze, our editors pick the celebs that make them hot all over.
From the far lane: Kittens and romantic bliss rule
You might hate Valentine’s Day, detest it when people become philosophical over the pursuit of happiness in life and dread mushy sentiments about being in a loving relationship. At the same time, you can still appreciate the fact that being immeasurably close with someone you care about sure as hell beats the single life.
Raspberry Beret: Back off boys; single life is the life for me
Ahhh — the single life. I mean, really, what better life is there?
While my roommate, the hopeless romantic, attempts to pass me off as bitter and jaded, I assure you I am neither. I am also very far from being anything closely related to a romantic (insert gagging reflex here). What I can be described as is something of a completely different breed — a realist.
Chiu on this: Can't live with 'em and I am one
Dear straight girls,
I know the thought has crossed your mind. After John, or Brad, or Mark, or Tom broke your heart when he forgot to call you — or never called you in the first place — you thought “life would be so much easier if I liked girls.” Allow me to let you in on a little secret — it’s not.
Up yer kilt: Take the rocket out of your pocket, but keep the ring there
There are three things in this world that I have never been able to figure out: the accuracy of fortune cookies, how to tell time on a watch without numbers and a phrase I have coined “The Myth of Commitment.”
A recent conversation with a male friend made me seriously examine what really goes on inside the male brain.
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