5 Things Female Sports Fans Hate to Hear

By: Kaycee Grancher

If you’re a girl like me, who just so happens to like sports, then you’re familiar with the sometimes negative reactions from people who don’t think a female can like things such as baseball, football, hockey, or soccer. It gets pretty frustrating when all you want to do is enjoy the game or have a conversation only to be questioned as to if you’re being real or not. That being said, I have created a list of things that have been said to me on dates with guys who didn’t think it was possible for a girl to like sports. Continue reading


Five Best Date Ideas

By: Kate Pallini

In every relationship or new fling, there comes a time where you just run out of ideas for things to do on a Friday night or how to spend your “Sunday Funday.” You especially do not want to fall into the rut of doing the same thing over and over again, or not doing anything at all with your significant other week after week. Here are some of my ideas for fun dates for all seasons: Continue reading

Anti-Valentine’s Day Fun

By: Kaycee Grancher

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. While the idea of love can be magical, the commercialization of the holiday can leave many people dreading February 14th. Therefore, I have come up with a list of activities to do on Valentine’s Day that will make you forget about the holiday altogether. After all, isn’t it about showing love 365 days a year? Not just February 14th? Whether you’re single or a couple who just doesn’t care for the day, I guarantee you will find something on this list to interest you! Continue reading

Being Single vs. Being Married on Valentine’s Day

By: Joanna Soesman

The often long-awaited day has come upon us. Couples celebrate being in love, romance is in the air, and Hallmark sells out of all things heart-shaped. But, Valentine’s Day does not always have to be about celebrating being in a relationship, it can be a time to embrace singlehood and love yourself. Fortunately, I have experienced Valentine’s Day as a single and married woman, and both circumstances are to celebrated, not begrudgingly experienced. Continue reading