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But after moving to Austin, he ed up early in his freshman year. On a college campus your smartphone can check you into class, hold your digital textbooks, and—even at a school with 40, students—it can help you find your college sweetheart.
The app definitely made it easier to meet people and explore the city, but there were some glaring drawbacks.
There, he had no reason to use Tinder—everyone already knew each other. She describes herself as a studious biology major who likes to stay in and watch movies rather than going out. The app got its start on college campuses in and on Aug. The feature allows students to up with verified.
No comments Be the first one to leave a comment. Normally, when ing up for the app, users fill out a profile with photos, a short bio, and a list of preferences including age range, distance, and gender preference.
But these apps pushed her outside of her comfort zone and made her get out more. They seemed excited to talk to me and take me out on dates.
Is she not? But more than that, even if he did find someone he wanted to keep dating, there was a stigma about finding a girlfriend on Tinder. Share this article.
Biology and Spanish senior Emmy Coffey started using Tinder and Bumble after getting out of a relationship. All rights reserved.
But, for the most part, most students seem to have been using the app this way before the Tinder U launch. After seeing friends use Tinder the first few years of college, she was excited to have some fun and meet new people.
By choosing to opt into Tinder U, students can find matches who attend their school rather than people in the general Austin population.