In just two weeks, a new online dating service launched by a pair of MBA students at Columbia University has registered 3,000 new users; 300-500 per day on average.
The site—designed exclusively for college singles—launched on November 8 and has since spread to NYU, FIT, and nine other schools in the San Francisco Bay area including University of California Berkeley, Stanford, and Santa Clara. Jean Meyer and Balazs Alexa, second-year students at Columbia Business School, came up with the idea for a niche dating site after Alexa went on a date with a girl who mentioned how tough it is to meet people outside of her existing circle of friends and classmates.
Many of the professors delivered disjointed, uninteresting lectures lacking in breadth and depth.
The two courses I took at the Teacher’s College, one focused on educational research methods and the other on Critical Race Theory, turned out to be the most formative in helping me complete my thesis which was really the only product I had to show for my entire time there.
Some applicants want to know how good the campus Wi-Fi system is, whether the fitness center offers spin classes or even if the cafeteria has an organic salad bar.
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Let me suggest that college-bound high schoolers add one more item to their collegiate checklist: the gender ratio.
If applicants and their parents want to know whether the dating scene at a particular college is geared more towards wild hookups or traditional relationships, the best barometer will always be the ratio of women to men on campus.