The NewsHouse team combed campus to see if Tyler and Katy could make loveable first impressions.
What if a stranger approached you on the street with a heart-shaped bouquet of fake roses, asking you to be their Valentine? Would you say yes? Would you walk away quickly?
Katy Beals and I took to the Hill to see how people would react to such a situation. Maybe it was the cold weather, maybe it was tacky fake roses, but the duo received mixed results during their casual competition.
Perched outside Marshal Square Mall, between Schine Student Center and Newhouse and on the Quad, we tried multiple methods of finding Valentines on cold-yet-sunny February morning.
It’s February once again, and that means that Cupid has creeped his head into all of our lives. And with each annual St. Valentine’s Day, Hollywood jams the local movie theaters with a bevy of films for young and impressionable couples to spend their money and time on. The right movie can make all the difference, whether it's the first date or the 10th date. So here is a helpful buyer’s guide to the recent releases available at the multiplex to insure that you see the right flick. And, more importantly, that you have a great Valentine’s Day.
Treat yourself to something sweet, even if you're single.
Although there are several things to love about Valentine's Day (so much pink! my birthday falls the day after!) there is one thing that I love the most about it: It's a day when it's completely socially acceptable to stuff your face with chocolate.
Three easy tips for putting together the perfect last-minute V-Day present.
Okay, so we've heard all of the excuses: It’s been a busy week! You gave up your New Years Resolution to stay more organized January 5th! You didn’t think your boo was really into Valentine’s Day anyway!
Syracuse University students, young children from the Bernice Wright lab school and The NewsHouse lead producers wax poetic about love.
Valentine's Day has never been simple. Everyone has an opinion somewhere in between on what they think love is. Accordingly, the NewsHouse decided to ask, because clearly we can't pin it down, right? We talked to the Bernice M. Wright Child Development Lab School to get their opinions as well as the views of SU students across the hill. Read the staff's answers below: