Student Life

Ladies, here's how to look your sexiest without spending loads of cash.

When you have that "OMG!" moment after realizing that you forgot to make a V-Day dinner reservation, try out one of these cheap, alternative date night ideas.

Sometimes you just need to spice things up with a toy or two. This guide breaks down toys for beginner, intermediate and expert users at two Austin adult toy shops.

Read up on what Longhorns had to say about Valentine's Day gifts, their personal style and the things they carry around campus.

Check out what the Gender and Sexuality Center is all about in this behind-the-scenes profile.

It's sometimes annoying, but it's always obligatory. Why do we continue to celebrate what some call a "Hallmark holiday"?

To splurge or not to splurge: common condom myths debunked.

Pole dancing is becoming a popular exercise for college females, and studios like Brass Ovaries are improving the perception of the dance form.


You may think online dating is simple, but are you ever really sure who's on the other side of the screen?

Is the internet completely eliminating old-fashioned, face-to-face courtship?

Online dating finally hits college campuses with Web sites like DateMySchool.

From whether aphrodisiacs work to how to tell if your girlfriend has an orgasm, Miss Manners answers your questions about sex.

Singles mixers are great in theory, but they may be little more than just plain awkward in real life.

Sophomore sociology major Andra Steele helps create a community for UT LGBTQA students through two organizations, StandOut and Queer People of Color and Allies.

Chocolate-covered strawberries are always romantic, so try these two recipes that use the fruit to spice up your V-Day breakfast.

Grab some Valentine's Day desserts from one of these three sweet shops.

Special editions editor Alex Vickery gives everyone a preview of the Love & Sex edition.

Five must-see movies for undergrads

A round-up of Campus Watch's most hilarious entries of 2012

Junior international relations and global studies major Angell Kim explains how staying organized helps her succeed academically.

Guest writer Chris Gilman from the Texas Travesty explains five conspiracy theories constructed by students about everyday happenings at The University of Texas at Austin.

It may surprise you to know that even the students who set up air mattresses for overnighters in the PCL take study breaks. Longhorn Life has a few suggestions - ways to take a breather from cramming for finals.

The tacky holiday sweater season is finally here. If you don't already have one stashed in your closet, we've got suggestions on where to find them and how to wear them.

Finding the right gift for the right person can be tough. Check out our holiday gift giving guide and stop fretting about what to get your friends and how to afford it.