“Sex and the City” is considered by many as the defining rom-com of the early 2000s. For a show all about the ins and outs of love, reflects Rom-com columnist Nadia Hsu, it’s awfully cynical of romance.
Sex columnist Sleepless on Sixth Street walks through the five factors that foster attraction and weighs the pros and cons of playing hard to get.
Pop culture columnist Anna Tolkien CM ’24 explores the depiction of common teenage challenges in “To All The Boys: Always and Forever.”
“Ants” by Nikita Chinamanthur SC ’22 follows 19-year-old Natasha as she navigates online dating, feelings of displacement and insecurities.
Ben Hafetz PZ ’20 discusses “Portrait of a Lady on Fire”‘s artful and aching portrayal of first love and why it warranted an Oscar nod.
Ella Boyd SC ’21 provides a playlist of 5 songs for any romantic scenario, from love to lust to heartbreak. “Love’s intricacies and realities shouldn’t be ignored; after all, the experiences of yearning, heartbreak, confusion, nerves and sensuality are intertwined with love,” she writes.
Datamatch has returned to Claremont. From now until 9:01 p.m. on Feb. 13, 5C students can sign up to find their match made in data.
On March 28, the South Asian community of the 5Cs and friends came together for Sanskriti, a night of dance, song, poetry and romance.
Abs so sculpted they belong in an art museum. Luscious, flowing-with-the-breeze, heartthrob hair. Heaving bosoms in low-cut, lace dresses. I’ve been reading a lot of romance novels recently. Somehow, I’ve managed to get away with writing a senior thesis about them, which means I’ve seen cover after cover with all