Dating Hub (which is a play on ‘Learning Hub’ for those who didn’t catch it) allows people with a email address to create a profile that only includes their name, gender, and sexual preferences.As I log in in the platform, all I see is a list of male classmates (it will only show people going to your same school) who are supposedly single – and ready to mingle.Without Cyrus’ and Asaf’s uber-confidential data it is difficult to tell which technology is proving more successful in fixing the HBS EC dating problem, but it is promising to see classmates putting their skills to work to improve the HBS experience of their single classmates and decide to partner in order to overcome the dating issue together.Is The League doing enough to sustain its global network? Or instead does it hope that we continue swiping left so that we stay on the platform and continue to grow their bottom line?If I hit the ‘like’ button and they do the same on my name, we’ll receive an email from Erik Peterswipe who will cc us both and suggest us to take it from there.
You may apply in one round only, one time in an application year.
I haven’t met with Cyrus Stoller yet to talk about his platform, but here is how it works.
When I go on XO I’m asked to list six email addresses of classmates I have secret crushes on.
Some people claim it is a secret party only the good-looking single people are invited to.
Others claim that it is a state of mind – people tend to lower the bar and their expectations closer to graduation.