Editorial – Paul Vincent – Editor-In-Chief
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, or as I have come to recognize it: National Single Awareness Day. Although Valentine’s Day is normally associated with lovers, there is a general underlying rule to this holiday that has been over looked by me until recently. It was suggested to me that this holiday isn’t just about lovers, boyfriends, girlfriends, significant others, or whatever, but about general camaraderie and friendship. Just as with Christmas, Valentine’s Day brings people together despite their differences. Acceptance of others and tolerance of their beliefs is something I rarely associate with this time of year. Most the time I concentrate on how lonely I am with no girlfriend in sight, but I never thought to just spread love and familiarity with everyone this time of year. Caring about others should not just be exclusively for couples, but a universal emotion between all peoples.