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Nadya Ellerhorst


Getting over the person you didn’t actually date

There’s nothing that makes you realize the conflict between the heart and the brain like an undefined relationship.

A COVID safe dating life

Although in-person activities are limited, there are plenty of creative, safe ways to celebrate love.

How to restart workout routine after a LONNNNNNG break

Finding the motivation to restart your workout and get back on track must come from within.

Why so S.A.D.: in defense of Singles Awareness Day

Deemed by Wikipedia to be an “unofficial” holiday, the day commemorates us parties of one.

Support group for Black-identified students

Ghynecee Temple, the Black, African American and African diaspora-focused clinician at the university’s Center for Counseling and Student Development, and Jennifer Major, a social justice postdoctoral fellow at the counseling center, have started a support group targeted at Black-identified students.

Short film, long story: Zach Woods’ “David”

Zach Woods' directorial debut packs a punch in just under 12 minutes.

Wool power: my fascination with Pavlovo Posad shawls

With history and artistry interwoven in their patterns, Pavlovo Posad shawls are an elegant way to stay warm.

Bubble tea vs. the world: A non-exhaustive overview of a beloved international beverage

You know it, love it and sip it – but how much do you really know about this delightful drink?

POV: Your Zoom Secret Admirer – My 12 synchronous sessions of loving you

Roses are red, violets are blue. No amount of remote learning could quell my love for you.

UD Artist Spotlight: Colleen Anderson

Student Colleen Anderson, a self-described "maker," blends activism and art through various mediums.

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