College success and dating

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"We're also at similar places in our lives, being students, which makes it easier to relate." Columbia University students Balazs Alexa and Jean Meyer started the dating website on campus in November.

This month, the site launched at 140 more schools nationwide, giving more college students the opportunity to meet their future husbands or wives.

The difference between the two apps, is that Bumble speaks to female empowerment because after a match, only the female can initiate conversation.

This limits the explicit comments from guys and makes for an almost “classier” version of Tinder. Bumble has a “BFF” feature, which has the same concept of swiping, but it’s for people who are only looking to be friends. In regards to romance, there is a stigma surrounding online dating, and many females prefer to meet dating partners naturally.

Besides not knowing much about the person you start talking to, deciding to meet a stranger in person can be dangerous. Once you get a match with the cutie from Columbia who has a picture of himself skydiving on his profile, and you actually start a conversation, you never know what it may lead to. ended up getting married and are about to have a baby this month!

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Improving your looks online In its first few months, Date My School was only offered to undergraduate and graduate students at 20 schools, including Columbia, New York University, Harvard University and MIT.He opened her profile and saw her name was Michelle Przybyski. One walk of four hours with Lalinde's dog, Domino, around campus and a date at the library (that didn't really involve studying) later, the two Columbia University graduate students applied for a marriage license in New York just 10 days after meeting in person. With countless dating websites such as match.com, and okcupid.com, the online dating market is a bit crowded.But Date My School has inched its way in and formed a niche for students searching for a boyfriend or girlfriend who shares the same educational goals and understands school comes first on the priority list.The site took off at a rapid pace, as 1,300 students at Columbia signed up in the first week."I think we are responsible for more than half of the dates and meetings between students on campus," Alexa said.

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