Alice would hide at the bottom of the Fenn Tower staircase, hoping to bump into him.
Ed and Linda hung out in Stilwell Hall cafeteria, sharing PB & J sandwiches.
They met just in the nick of time, right as Victoria was to graduate.
Their romance began when Mary Lou joined Randy’s intramural volleyball team.
The two bonded over Rascal House pizza after advising freshmen.
Mark and Katie met in the cadaver lab for human gross anatomy.
It took Brad and Ashley six months to talk to each other.
Becky knew she would marry Chris the first day they hung out.
Jack and Vicki met while studying at Mather Mansion.
Aric was on the wrestling team and Amanda on the volleyball team at CSU.
Mitch and Jamie bonded while nursing sports injuries.
The chemistry was undeniable at the first full conversation.
Getting married on campus was a dream come true.
Candy conversation hearts on Valentine’s Day led to marriage.
Athletics brought them together. Now they’re married with a new baby.
Megan and Nick made sure when they got married to return where it all started.
Janet and Jayson initially didn’t want to be anything more than friends.
The couple met in Fenn Tower on Leanne’s 20th birthday.
Returning from an unfulfilling year at Ohio University, Cindy enrolled at CSU.
The two met because of Diane’s aversion to litter.
Love didn’t blossom until a chance encounter after they graduated.
Rick’s very first impression of Christine was likely her questionable parking skills.
We are so grateful that we were brought together by a chance meeting at CSU.
They were actually featured in a Valentine’s Day story in the Cauldron.
A missed seminar, student government and Facebook were the recipe for love.
Who knew borrowing a bottle of laundry detergent would lead to love?
To put it lightly, Samantha was not a fan of Kirk when they met.
They actually met in preschool and were childhood sweethearts.
Within a month of meeting at Cleveland-Marshall, these two got married.
Basketball, burgers and Becky’s brought these two together.
Their love has weathered many a storm, including his life-threatening brain tumor.
Was Nina making a fashion statement or did she actually get dressed in the dark?
He borrowed her toolkit and became instant friends.
They found each other on campus, drifted apart, but eventually reconnected.
The basketball player and cheerleader met in the Wolstein Center.
Doreen and Dave have two children, who both attended and graduated from CSU.
Eden and Matt found love in the CSU Math Learning Center.
Tom’s first words to Laurie: “You have masculine hand writing.”
Viking vows from the pool deck of Busbey Natatorium.
On their 10th anniversary, George sent roses to the friend that introduced them.