The stories and data behind the 131,890 matches we’ve made to date.
With a 93.7 quality percentile, Sarah and Beth beat the algorithm to the punch when it came to finding a great match on campus.
Eliza and Zach knew each other peripherally through their campus ministry—but it took a nudge in the right direction for the pair to officially connect.
With Thanksgiving around the corner, let's talk about gratitude, its necessity in romantic relationships, and how to most effectively express it!
UMich students Ari and Michael currently hold the record for the shortest-ever engagement after taking the Marriage Pact: a minute and a half.
For Stanford graduates Danny and Dea, the Marriage Pact was little more than a safety net.
Our take on the ups and downs of relationships (everyone's got 'em).
Love is blind, they say. Meet Mei-Lan and Preston: two people who were so indisputably in love with each other that they couldn’t even see it themselves.
In the spirit of Halloween, let’s talk about the psychology behind horror and how it relates to romance.
Today we explore the age-old question: Is distance truly damning for relationships? Or were certain relationships just doomed from the start?
There’s no better validation of your budding romance than an algorithmic guarantee that you aren’t only compatible, but a perfect 100% match.
In The New Yorker Radio Hour
In The New York Times
In NPR’s Planet Money