Amy Harris, Utah State University
Due to the fears surrounding the pandemic, a lot of people resorted to staying inside. Now, even though the danger of infection is dissipating, the increased use of apps like Tinder is here to stay.
Alexa Katherine Will, University of Pittsburgh
Apps such as bopdrop and features like Spotify Wrapped support the idea that a person’s favorite songs can hint at their character. Is this a bad thing, or is there some validity to it?
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.
Anna Sutherland, American University
Are you a Plenty of Fish guy or a Hinge type of gal?
Cameron Andersen, New York University
A catfishing story for the ages.
Carly Ristaino, Union College
The indie musician’s new single explores the superficiality of Tinder.
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.
Rebecca Crosby, American University
College senior Lillian found a new way to clap back at racist, chauvinistic Tinder messages: making them into art.
Shashank Rao, University of Michigan
Can’t get a text back, ever? Here’s how to deal.
Andrew Crossan, University of South Carolina
Many millennials are on Tinder nowadays, whether to land a date or make a friend. Coming off as authentic is crucial and can be done easily.
Gaige Davila, UTSA
Making friends can almost be as intimidating as dating, so why not take a chance on nonromantic relationships by swiping right?
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.
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.
Zephanie Battle, Texas State University
Chances are, even if you’re just using it for hook-ups, you’re still using it wrong.
Michelle Criqui, James Madison University
If you want to avoid the possibility of getting degrading messages on Tinder, upgrade to Bumble where women are in charge of the conversation.
Maya Merberg, SUNY Geneseo
Love is just a dead deer away.
Mallory Arnold, Ohio University and Guest Contributor
I might be an 80-year-old grandma trapped in a 19-year-old’s body. Help me.
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