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Ask Scott: Religion and Relationships

Ask Scott: Religion and Relationships

February 24, 2017

I'm religious and pretty involved in my church (not crazy involved like it runs my life), and my boyfriend refuses to believe in what I do.

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Valentine’s Friend International Speed Dating

Valentine’s Friend International Speed Dating

February 17, 2017

First dates rarely intimidate me -- it’s the fun and easy part of a relationship. Personal flaws are toned down, attractions are running high, and the first couple of meetups tend to be creative and exciting.

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Forget-me-not: Pinnacle Staff Looks Back on Their Most Memorable Dates

Forget-me-not: Pinnacle Staff Looks Back on Their Most Memorable Dates

February 17, 2017

Man, we have some strange dating histories.

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The Newlywed Game Meets ACC

The Newlywed Game Meets ACC

February 16, 2017

Do you like game shows? How about the Newlywed Game? If you said yes, then you would've loved ACC's Affection Connection, which was hosted on Valentine'...

Meet Your Soulmate Via. . . Hate?

Meet Your Soulmate Via. . . Hate?

February 9, 2017

Not a fan of Twitter, the 2016 election, or worst of all, slow walkers? Think people who tip under 15% are trashy?  Abhor loud movie talkers? Bothered...

The One I Wasn’t Expecting

The One I Wasn’t Expecting

December 1, 2016

I was, on all accounts, the girl your mother warned you about.  That is, before I met my partner. The one. Before we begin, the clarification I...

Domestic violence: Though it’s not much fun to talk about, it’s critical to pay attention

Julia Barnett, Arapahoe Pinnacle Reporter

November 10, 2015

Filed under News, Relationships, Student Life

Domestic violence is a topic few people want to discuss openly  because of the embarrassment for the  victim or the reluctance to get involved. This reluctance forces this abomination underground. Lack of visibility does not change its impact or the importance of getting it out of the shadows where society must  actively deal with the ramifications for women and children. Seve...

Information from Domestic Violence Awareness Project

November 10, 2015

Filed under News, Relationships, Student Life

From the Domestic Violence Awareness Project If you are in immediate danger, please: • Call 911. • Contact your local hotline. • Contact a national hotline: • Call the U.S. National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE) or TTY 1-800-787-3224. • Call, text or chat Love Is Respect—the U.S. National Teen Dating Violence Helpline: 1-866-...

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