This week, the Curious ‘Cat asks Villanova students, “What is your favorite St. Valentine’s Day story or memory?”
Elizabeth O’Brien—“My mom mailed me a package, and it’s my first year away from home, so I hope this will be it.”
Jacqueline Townshend—“A few years ago my parents and I were in Seattle, and we all went out, got dinner and ate lots of cupcakes.”
Adam A. Butchy—“This may be a little childish, but part of my favorite thing growing up was making those little ridiculous Valentine’s Day cards that you used to give out to people in grade school. Everybody would have a little cubby, and you would write it and give everybody a little candy and a card. It was a nice way to show who you were friends with and just being nice to everyone in class.”
Jenna Coyne—“Every year I get a bunch of chocolates and candy, little presents from my parents. That’s probably my favorite one.”
Peter Messina—“One year I went to an event when I was an undergrad, playing beer games or something.”
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