In high school, I saw an inordinate amount of ballet, hip-hop and modern performances for someone whose real interest was West Suburban Silver Conference football.
I’ve gamely eaten vegan Mexican food, a cuisine that would suffer an existential crisis anywhere outside of San Francisco.
Thanks to Bluesmatch and after a period of less than 3 months I seem to have met my perfect partner.
I am now in a brilliant relationship beyond any of my expectations I have never ever felt so happy and alive in my life and she feels exactly the same.
Ivy Connect exists outside the realm of ordinary life.
It sits at an intersection of entrepreneurial hubris and Ivy League self-mythology.
Thanks to a friend who earned VIP status on the app, a few weeks ago I got in and took a look around — but it didn't really live up to the hype.
Emma was the first person I'd ever met through any kind of internet dating and she's amazing. I've decided to cancel my membership because, on my third BM date, I met someone with whom I clicked almost immediately.
It's billed as Tinder for elites — a "curated" community of single people who aspire to become one half of a power couple.
Founded by a Stanford grad, it's super exclusive and reportedly has a waiting list of more than 158,000 people who are eager to meet Ivy League-educated, successful, and attractive prospects.
Our members are inspiring entrepreneurs, artists, and innovative professionals who are determined to make a positive global impact.
Through IVY, they enjoy access to a lifetime of new experiences, friendships, and ideas through collaborations with world-class leaders, thinkers, and institutions across the world.