The Chant

Each year on February 14, friends, spouses and partners spend time together on this holiday by enjoying each other’s company. They gather together to celebrate the day of love, affection and friendship. This special day allows people to appreciate their significant others and express their love for them through chocolates, teddy bears and memorable date ideas.

5 Valentine’s Day date ideas

Janett Rodriguez, Copy Editor
February 12, 2020
Sophomores Lillian Southall and Walker Goodsite celebrate Valentine’s Day by spending quality time with one another. “I think Valentine’s Day is special because it’s the one day per year just based around love for your significant other and the day you mostly realize how lucky you are to be with someone, like Lillian, who is there for you and will be by your side every day. Today’s the day you can show the most appreciation for that.” Goodsite said.

NC’s Valentine’s Sweethearts

Lainey Devlin, Reporter/Photographer
February 14, 2019
Who needs a boyfriend/girlfriend when your friends can spend Valentine’s Day with you? For all those single ladies and gents out there, you no longer need a date to enjoy your February 14th when you can spend it with your friends and family.

Guide to being single on Valentine’s Day

Michelle Lin, Reporter, Photographer
February 14, 2019
With love in the air, couples and friends exchange everything from giant teddy bears to chocolates in celebration of Valentine's Day. “Valentine's Day is so cute, although I believe in spreading love everyday, seeing everyone so happy and in love makes me feel all bubbly,” junior Tess Williams said.

What’s love got to do with it?

Rachel Maxwell, Social Media Manager
February 14, 2018
Love: then and now

Love: then and now

Harrison Glaze, Reporter, Cartoonist
February 14, 2018
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