The stories and data behind the 131,890 matches we’ve made to date.
It’s been over a year since we last spoke with UMich graduates Josh and Reagan. Since then, they've settled into the comfort of a romance meant-to-be.
No, not that kind of cheating. Find out which traits, values, and identities are associated with a higher acceptance of romantic infidelity.
Find out which students have the highest levels of romantic assertiveness, and why avoiding your feelings is the enemy of happiness.
Job hunting, couch-hopping, med school—the plans that college students have for the next phases of their lives can seriously vary. Who feels ready for it?
Are there any universal qualities that increase a person’s chances for romance? And how many of them can we actually change?
Not every student sees the purpose of the disciplines outside their own.
Religious participation is falling for college-age Americans. What impact do students’ religious affiliations have on their college experience, and vice versa?
How might the intersection between students' gender identities and career paths impact their future family planning?
"I remember getting the email and being in complete shock. I figured it was Ivy, but because we’d already started talking and I already liked her so much..."
There's nothing more important than first impressions. In the dating world, that means your first text, snap, DM, etc. So, what do you say?
In The New Yorker Radio Hour
In The New York Times
In NPR’s Planet Money