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On Valentine’s Day it’s easy to get caught up in the pressure — how do you show your partner your deep and abiding love for them, without breaking the bank? Or, how do you withstand an entire day of watching your friends go out with their significant others without drowning in your absolute singleness? But Valentine’s Day should be a celebration of all types of love, not only romantic. Make today your reminder to call up your mom, compliment your friends, and appreciate your most important relationship: with yourself. The Beacon hit campus to ask students and faculty about the last time they said “I love you.”
If you’re planning on showering a special somebody with affection this Valentine’s Day — be it a romantic partner, friend or family member — odds are you’ll be purchasing a box of chocolates sometime in the near future. Just a simple box of chocolates can range you from $1 to more than $50, and you may have asked yourself the question, “Is there really a difference?” The Beacon found out. Enjoy the following blind taste test of supermarket chocolates — we did it so you don’t have to.
Lisa Ko, author of the 2020 ReadUP book "The Leavers," speaks to the gathered UP community about the rejection and failure she has faced in her career, the history of family separation in the U.S. and how stories can inspire people to take action.
Lisa Ko, author of the 2020 ReadUP book "The Leavers", speaks to the gathered UP community about the rejection and failure she has faced in her career, the history of family separation in the U.S. and how stories can inspire people to take action.