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The Love of Your Life is You

The Love of Your Life is You

Sarah E. Costello, Staff Writer

February 22, 2018


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Everyone has been there - you’re the only single person in the room. You see couples walking around on campus holding hands and sharing a kiss. You’re bound to see a romantic dinner at one of the dining halls while sitting by yourself staring down at your slice of pizza to avoid being seen. This...

Poetry Corner

The Charger Bulletin

February 17, 2016


Filed under Features

“I look at her sometimes, And wonder, out of all the faces In the world How did I find one So perfect For me.”

Love in the Time of Dating Apps

Elissa Sanci

February 10, 2016


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

At one point in time, online dating was seen as a last ditch effort only utilized by the lonely and desperate. Now, as we sit on the cusp of 2016, we can get anything essential online—clothes, food, and, most notably, a date. Internet dating has been gaining popularity since the first dating site,...

All you need is love

Samantha Higgins

October 7, 2015


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

We’ve all watched the fairy tales. We’ve all seen the princesses and the princes have their happily ever after. It makes all of us strive for the same thing. They make it look so easy, just sing a song or lose a shoe, and all of a sudden, you are in love with Prince Charming. But in reality there...

Falling in Love With Places is Harder than Falling in Love with People

Courtney Brooks

September 2, 2015


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Falling in love with places is harder than falling in love with people.  Those who have gone through a break up a time or two may beg to differ, but until you have traveled to a new place and been completely consumed and immersed by its lifestyle, only to be catapulted back into this reality of New...

Photo of the Week

The Charger Bulletin

May 6, 2015


Filed under Entertainment

By Nicholas McDermott Sophomore Taken at Sleeping Giant April 15 “I wanted to go out and explore; I found this rock way off the beaten path. It thought it was a very unique find,” McDermott said....

Do not fall in love with a writer

Caitlin Duncan

March 11, 2015


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Writers, true writers, are unique human beings. They are their own breed, their own species. It takes a special type of person to be fulfilled by words spilling out of them onto a page, bleeding ink from all crevices of their body. Writers are sensitive and strong at the same time. They are hopeless...

Ask Melanie

Melanie

February 18, 2015


Filed under Features

Dear Melanie, I was dating a girl for a little while and we were going to see where things led and possibly be in a relationship. She’s an amazing girl—smart, witty, creative and beautiful on top of everything else. I started to feel myself getting depressed; it happens pretty frequently, so I...

Why I’m moving on

Caitlin Duncan

October 29, 2014


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

You came into my life at a very strange time and in a totally unexpected way. I was bored with my life. I was craving excitement. I needed something new. I needed something to make me feel alive again. You walked into my life and took me by surprise. You were straightforward and honest; two things I...

Movie magic

Caitlin Duncan

October 22, 2014


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Why is it so easy in movies? Why is it that the guy falls in love with the shy, quiet girl that nobody notices? Why does the girl always break through the tough guy’s shell and see the softer side of him? Movies always end the same way. The guy and the girl fall in love, and bam…happily ever ...

Ask Melanie

The Charger Bulletin

October 13, 2014


Filed under Features

Email unhaskmelanie@gmail.com, find her on Facebook at UNH Ask Melanie, or follow her Twitter @unhaskmelanie. Identities will always remain confidential! Dear Melanie, My boyfriend and I have dated for about 6 months and I found out he has a profile on a dating website. What should I do? Sincer...

A Plethora of Soulmates

Elissa Sanci

September 3, 2014


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

According to Greek mythology, humans were originally created with four arms, four legs and a head with two faces. However, fearing their powers, Zeus split them into two separate beings, leaving them to spend the rest of their lives in search of each other. The red string of fate, an idea originating from Chinese legend, was tied around t...

Livewell’s Latest

Shannon Livewell

February 26, 2014


Filed under Entertainment, Features, Music

Love, Marriage, & Divorce; Toni Braxton and Babyface Bringing Back the Old-School Beat If you have read my articles from the start, then you are probably aware of the fact that I am a huge RnB fan, and if this is the first article of mine you’ve ever read, well then I guess you know that now too. I love everyth...

5 Great Love Movies for Valentine’s Day

The Charger Bulletin

February 14, 2013


Filed under Entertainment, Movies

Taking a date to a movie has been a time-honored classic. Movies have always been a great way to spend a date, but it can’t always be easy to decide what the right movie to watch is. Before you go showing your loved one Ghost Rider or There Will Be Blood, maybe consider one of these five to secure...

Greeting Card Generated Holiday vs. Singles-Awareness Day

Joann Wolwowicz

February 15, 2012


Filed under Opinion & Editorials

It could very well be both. Valentine’s Day is one of those days that about one third of the population looks forward to, one third dreads the coming of, and the remaining one third either doesn’t care, doesn’t remember, or a combination of doesn’t care to remember or doesn’t remember to car...

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