The stories and data behind the 131,890 matches we’ve made to date.
After meeting through a literature class on Zoom, bookworms Emma and Jack had the chance to write their own romance story.
Want to get more creative in your day to day? Just fall in love. No biggie. We dive into the latest research of the interplay between love and creative thought.
Despite their 99.5% match quality percentage, Adam and Isabel had never met before, and the odds that the two would have met any other way were slim.
The "It's complicated" relationship status is pervasively familiar among young adults. Read on to find out why.
Ruining their friendship was probably the best decision Jake and Cameron could have made.
What it really means to have emotional labor in a relationship (get it? Labor Day? Emotional labor?).
Sophia and Aidan were well acquainted when they sat down together in a dining hall last November. The kicker? They’d never spoken a single word to each other.
We take a closer look at some of the research on the prevalence of consensual non-monogamy (CNM).
Rarely does Marriage Pact lead to the formation of a new musical duo. But for Stanford graduates Mina and Kadin, the algorithm might’ve done just that.
Today, we switch our mindsets from algorithms to narratives, and talk about the most romantic theory for love to-date.
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