Harvard singles dating
Throwing Harvard into the equation just makes everything worse.
All profiles are reviewed, verified as legit (though it’s not clear how this is done), and approved by a membership committee.
One, Ivy Date, is billed as a “premier online introduction network for exceptional men and women who place a premium on intelligence, drive and determination.” It was created by Harvard B-school grads and targets alumni from 13 schools: the eight Ivies plus Stanford, MIT, Oxford, Cambridge, and the London School of Economics—though technically anyone can apply to join the site.
More often than not, because there were more guys than girls, they were more frustrated.""I didn't think of dating at HBS as desperate women looking at their last chance to get their "M-R-S" degree," she added.
"Not at all."Still, through shades of Princeton Mom, the piece spotlighted Neda Navab, a 2013 HBS graduate who chose a group date at an Ethiopian restaurant over prepping for an important class the next day, a dicey decision she explained was rooted in a fear that HBS could be her "last chance among cream-of-the-crop-type people." But this palpable sense of pressure wasn't reserved for women at HBS."A lot of guys, myself included, felt the stress of finding someone," Neil*, 29, a 2012 HBS graduate, said.
Instead, the site offers users a list of possible matches based on an algorithm.