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Buckle up: the girl you love to hate spills her secrets on how to have it all.
One of the most significant and creative hip-hop releases of the year
Are you having doubts about whether a friend is treating you right? Shannon Winterbone looks at how to determine when a friendship’s become toxic and how you can make it better
As a new term gets underway, we look at how long distance relationships can affect your university life and the best ways to avoid heartbreak…
Our resident Agony Aunt answers your relationship Q of the week
With artificial intelligence becoming more and more sophisticated, Ed John fears that we are undermining human experience
What is it really like to use the luxury dating app?
Following on from our Valentine’s Special last week, Lauren Wills describes the overindulgence that Valentine’s Day brings
Dating apps are becoming ever increasingly popular, and many are finding true love through their phones. But does this online world encourage a disingenuous approach to relationships?
Sally Rooney has been getting a lot of hype. Urussa Malik reads her latest novel, Normal People, to find out how such a comparatively young writer (she’s written two best-selling books by the age of 26) has been so successful.
Sharon Lim has high praise for this post-war lovers’ tale
With Valentine’s Day approaching, we thought we’d give you some advice to those unlucky in love: how to handle a breakup at university
Here’s why you should get down and dirty using only the power of your iPhone
Dating, one night stands, hook ups, booty calls, randoms and flings. Finding love is more complicated than ever
Perisha Kudhail explores why sex in a lift is wrong on so many levels
Will James’ beard catch Naomi’s eye…? Find out how their date at Fallow Café went!