Grindr—similar to Tinder but with a primarily gay user base—is just as popular, reporting over six million users in 192 countries, including some that legally prohibit homosexuality.Admittedly much more sexualized than Tinder (a whopping 36 percent of 7,200 men surveyed by the L. Gay and Lesbian Center found sexual partners through Grindr), the premise of speedy connection remains the same. By simply swiping people left and right to judge them as potential partners in a matter of seconds, the entire premise of dating—of “naturally” getting to know someone sans virtual aid—becomes obsolete.The company analyzed 75,000 feedback reports generated by 6,750 daters ages 18-66 living in New York City (53%) and San Francisco (29%), while the rest are from Los Angeles and Boston. The "2015 College Dateability Rankings" are based on whether users said " yes," "no" or "maybe" to potential matches. Thank you for your interest in Tufts University and our Men's Lacrosse program.To assist in your recruiting process, we have compiled the following Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) that will aid you in this process.
The anthem of Tinder and Grindr critics is bluntly echoed by Tufts freshman Lily Liu in an interview with the : “They’re great if you’re desperate, but stupid if you’re not.” Yet, try as the naysayers might to discredit the two, Tinder and Grindr are making considerable headway in our daily lives, cultivating new reputations as acceptable forms of dating.This little security feature became way more necessary than we thought it would be.Basically, if you change your name too much, we will put your real name on your profile.With this in hand, we are able to provide clear and concise feedback on where you stand in our recruiting process.What can I do to advance the recruiting process prior to the end of my Junior year?