Love

As we round the corner on the last stretch of the school year, it’s time for seniors to finally accept that the end of their college career is quickly approaching. On top of all of the other decisions to be made for post-grad life, collegiettes with significant others also have to decide what to do about their relationships. For all of you who are thinking about moving in with your boyfriend after getting your diploma, here are some things to consider before you make your final decision. Money The cost of living in many popular post-grad destinations can be incredibly high, especially if you...
Name: Sam Moore School: Falmouth Age: 20 Course: Journalism Relationship status: Single Hobbies: I love to read, write, and then write about what I read, which is mostly about cycling. I’m a big cycling fan. Describe yourself in three words: Sporting, relaxed, easy-going Hometown: Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk Dream job: Editor of my own magazine Pet peeve(s): Loud eating, loud cinema goers... basically anyone who is loud where they shouldn't be. Describe your dream date: Victoria Pendleton Favourite movie: For nostalgia alone (and Jeff Goldblum) - Jurassic Park Top 3 items on your bucket list:...
So I've been officially dating a guy for three months, and while the boyfriend-girlfriend thing was amazing for the first two months, now I feel that things have changed. I feel like he’s spending a lot more time with his friends than he used to. I don't mind him being with his friends at all, but lately I've been feeling like I’m in second place. He tells me what he’s planning on doing with them, but if somehow he can't do that anymore, then he asks if I want to do something. Or, if we go to a party, he doesn't offer me a ride home anymore. He does, however, offer rides to his friends. I...