Posts Tagged: valentines

More than a Mouthful

Men: rejoice!  If you tiptoed intact across the minefield of Valentine’s Day last month, your reward is coming.  March 14 is unofficially “Steak and Blowjob Day”, when you can sit back and relax and let someone else do the work. Or maybe not. Steak and Blowjob Day was conceived—and this should surprise no-one—by a radio… Read more »

Editorial—Two is More Fun

Valentine’s day is just around the corner, and you’ll see that reflected throughout this issue of the Voice, as we’ve got ideas for that last minute gift—even if your wallet is looking a little bare—that go beyond the traditional flowers and chocolates.  And if you want to keep up with that love life you’ll need… Read more »

Vintage Voice

To honour Heart Month this February, we look at love from both sides now: coming and going. Strange attraction.  Harried student Audrey Karperien takes a break from coding to ponder the algorithm of attraction.  “But then, with the help of the shirtless men outside my window, what strange attraction is and is not started coming… Read more »

The Poetic Side of Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s day is almost here. There are lots of traditions among couples, some influenced by the consumer culture, while others not. I am all for celebrating it, or not, in your own way. One thing that comes to mind, though, with the tradition of Valentine’s day is poetry. I started to do a poetry challenge… Read more »

Pulling Heartstrings on a Shoestring

Valentine’s Day will soon be here.  Finding the right gift for your sweetie can be stressful at the best of times.  For those living on a tight budget, the stress is amplified.  However, marking Valentine’s Day need not be expensive.  With a little imagination, you can express your love without straining your bank account. Here… Read more »

The Not-So Starving Student—DIY Valentine’s Bouquets

Roses are red.  Violets are blue.  Some bouquets are best eaten, So here’s one for you (or your special someone). Personally, looking at a fresh bouquet of roses only to know that in less than a week I will have to discard the wilted contents into the trash can be quite depressing.  I would much… Read more »