For the birds? Hardly! Valentine’s Day was reimagined by chivalrous medieval poets for all to enjoy, respectfully

The view of Valentine’s Day as a day for lovers can be traced back to two medieval poets who stood up for romance and the freedom to choose.

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Is love losing its soul in the digital age?

Cover: A young couple posing for an Instagram photo. Roman Samborskyi/Shutterstock.com Is love losing its soul in the digital age? A young couple posing for an Instagram photo. Roman Samborskyi/Shutterstock.com Firmin DeBrabander, Maryland Institute College of Art Instagram users have taken to issuing “weekiversary posts,” where they diligently mark the duration of their romances. An …

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Are dating apps killing long-term relationships?

Cover: Is a relationship that’s quick to form quick to fall apart? “Chatting” via www.shutterstock.com Are dating apps killing long-term relationships? Is a relationship that’s quick to form quick to fall apart? “Chatting” via www.shutterstock.com Skye C. Cleary, Columbia University Online dating sites and apps are transforming relationships. More than 10 percent of American adults …

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