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Cancel Culture Trio: Rise of the Digital Dating Scene

Once upon a time, a brand new dating show hit our screens over the summer of 2015. Far from being the first successful dating show, Love Island changed the game. With season 8 airing in June 2022, and seasons showing in over 20 different countries, Love Island has achieved reality-tv gold status. But why are […]

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IN CONVERSATION WITH… FRUIT SALAD

Interview with Kat Stanley (They/She, @k.stan_art), and Jamie Cushing, (he/him), the creative masterminds behind Fruit Salad Queer Cabaret (@fruitsaladedi ) Your energies are so wonderful together on and off stage! – how did you guys meet? What were your first impressions of each other? JAMIE – We actually met on the Meadows on a bright […]

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Technology’s role in dating is taking our control out of relationships

Attention is turning to how technology is changing something that has, perhaps until recently, seemed uniquely human: how we interact with others, be it intimately or platonically. With the online dating industry generating a revenue of $1,221 million as of 2019, discussion and debate regarding these sites have exploded along with their usage figures. Tinder, […]

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A guide to your perfect dating app

Throughout the Valentine’s period there is one obvious question on everyone’s mind. Out of the many options out there, which dating app is best? To put all your minds at rest, we at The Student thought it best to save you some time this Valentine’s. From the classic Tinder to the up and coming Hater, […]

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Valentine’s, Galentine’s… TV-entine’s? Here’s five shows to get your heart pumping this Valentine’s Day and beyond!

Whether you partake in Valentine’s Day or not, the red hearts, roses and chocolates are inescapable this time of year; so you might as well enjoy it! What better way is there than to curl up on your sofa, treat yourself to some love-heart sweets and binge sappy sitcoms? Read on for a list of […]