Every week, The Crimson publishes a selection of articles that were printed in our pages in years past.
In this series, Flyby Staff Writer Olivia M. Munk identifies, dissects, and discusses ideas, articles, and opinions found in popular media and popular culture. She's here to inform you and to make you think—about what's out there, what it means to us, and what it might mean for you.
In 2013, you will probably have a lot of questions about love. These should be five of them: 1. If Ivy Leaguers are refuting The End of Courtship, are they endorsing The End of Empircal Reasoning? 2. Which came first: The End of Courtship, or The End of Men? 3. Was The End of Men before The End of Sex? 4. Would you rather The End of Sex With Men before Courtship, or The End of Courtship with Men before Sex? 5. Is it a coincidence that, as we are battered with The Ends of Everything Sexy, we can turn manically and trustingly to The Beginning of Second Season of "Girls"?
Even though the Memorial Hall Church bells are no longer ringing, you may start to hear the sound of wedding bells around Harvard. While many students are still searching for their special someone, some have already found the one and only for them. Not only do these students have to juggle problems sets with extracurricular activities, but they have to plan an entire wedding.