Forget money: all you need to buy love these days is an Ivy League diploma.
Whether it’s picking a T-shirt from a range of 20 different colors, or finding an online match among thousands, “choice overload” has been proven to lead people to make worse choices.In studies, people tend to make smarter, more sensible picks when selecting from a smaller batch (6 to 10) compared to dozens or options.Ivy Date was founded by two graduates of Harvard Business School, which–given that school’s sheer abundance of white-collared yuppies with 0 glasses and ,000 laptops and ten cents of common sense and zero percent compounded interest in the sex department–frankly surprises no one.Beri Meric & Philipp Triebel, both former investment bankers (which also explains a lot), have thrown themselves into the business of Your Sad Pathetic Love Life with a blessed fervor characteristic of coked-up, laid-off wheeler-dealer types.“The men I met were as dumb as posts and as dull as dishwater,” Hoffer wrote in an e-mail.
Hoffer, who graduated from college in 1964 and is the mother of Crimson editor Alexandra D.
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A select group of other schools, including some arts schools like Julliard, are included as well.