Only one of the schools on your website is truly "the best" according to the "real elite," who say that Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, and Wharton are the only schools that really fit into the category of a "top tier" education.But all this really means is that the founders have thus been screwed by their own kind.Discuss this article and others on Red Eye's Facebook page.On "Datemyschool.com," a new website made only for grad students, students can select which schools they'd like to date students from, and only those students will be shown their profile, and vice versa.Eventually, though, you may want to socialize outside the faculty mixers, and you may even want to date.So, how do you juggle an enormous workload, a demanding adviser, and probably a job, with a social life that includes a thriving relationship with a significant other?This table compares the education level of visitors to dating sites broken down into three categories – high school, college and grad school.The last column shows the education level of most visitors to each dating site.
It sounds like the concept would (ideally) eventually be available to all students of all schools, so that kids from the top tier like Princeton, for example, can date those from nearby Columbia, while steering clear of people from Rutgers, if they so choose.
The results bolstered the stereotypes most Chicagoans already know about two of its local private schools: Most people would prefer to date a Northwestern University student than a University of Chicago student.
Of 316 schools with graduates using the dating website, called Dating Ring, Northwestern University earned the rank of 9th most dateable (or more than just "Northwestern cute") based on an analysis of how many users said they would want to go on a second date with other users who graduated from the Evanston school.
Next, you'll be asked to upload a set of photos, giving you the ability to meet people who bare a resemblance to someone you find attractive. If you're partial to dimples, high cheekbones and a strong jawline, Face Date will store the images in a database, distribute the search request, facilitate the matching of photos and organize conversations between you and other users who match your inclinations.
And the face recognition tasks can run on your smartphone or be offloaded to the cloud.
Around this time of year (read: Valentine’s Day), it’s hard not to notice—try as you might—that everything’s suddenly turning heart-shaped.