Alice Han, Pepperdine University
Like many other facets of everyday life that COVID-19 has forced to go completely online, the culture around finding love has changed entirely.
Mirella Gonzales, Texas Tech University
Is dating on a show any different than dating on an app?
Victoria Acosta, Southern Adventist University
Are you selling yourself short by partaking in the one-night stands and ambiguous ‘situationships’ of today’s hookup culture?
Angel Zhu, University of California, Berkeley
The app could potentially eliminate thousands of genetic diseases, but does it veer a little too closely into eugenics?
Megan Thompson, Montclair State University
With 2020 right around the corner, it’s time to take chances. Finding a partner never comes easy, so forget everything you know.
Chris Meng, Pomona College
Grindr can be intimidating and confusing to use for anyone. Here’s all the information you need to know to navigate it effectively.
Haley Cohen, Quinnipiac University
Swiper, no swiping!
Anna Sutherland, American University
Are you a Plenty of Fish guy or a Hinge type of gal?
Gracie Riley, University of South Carolina-Columbia
Ghosts are great for spooky season, but no one wants them in their love life.
Dominique Bander, Loyola University Maryland
With billions of users and terabytes of collected information on them, Facebook stands poised to turn the world of dating apps upside down.
Sarah Hoenig, Texas A&M University
Online dating can be scary, but following these simple steps should ease your nerves before you go on that first Tinder date.
Elise Bortz, New York University
Despite what you’ve seen in the movies, New York is a terrible place to find love.
Ellyot Chen, Pasadena City College
When you join dating services, you run the risk of getting catfished, but there are a few ways to keep your heart and identity safe.
Giselle Krachenfels, USC
From the incredibly popular to the extremely niche, you’re bound to find what you’re looking for on one of these apps.
Do students really need the digital world to help them navigate their love lives?
Kristian Porter, Northern Kentucky University
Looking for a partner who shares your Harry Potter obsession? Find out who’s qualified.
Timothy K. DesJarlais, University of Arizona
More students than ever are using apps like Tinder and Grindr, but fewer are enjoying the benefits.
Riley Heruska, Austin College
The social stigma of finding romance on your phone decreases every year, and for a good reason—it works.
Lauren Diethelm, University of California at Santa Cruz
Different than Tinder and Bumble, OkCupid calls for a slightly different romantic playbook.
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