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THE NEW FACEBOOK? FIND LOVE IN COLLEGE AT DATEMYSCHOOL.COM!

THE NEW FACEBOOK? FIND LOVE IN COLLEGE AT DATEMYSCHOOL.COM!
  Wouldn’t it be great if you could continue with all your studies and your two jobs, while still being able to meet the man or woman of your dreams? Well you are in luck. Two Columbia University business school students founded DateMySchool.com after coming to the realization that with their busy school schedules, it was very difficult to find time to date. What can be said to have started out as two guys on a personal mission to find their soul mates has turned into a site featuring 150,000 users from over 1,300 colleges and universities all on the search for fun and love. Unlike other dating sites that use overly complex matching algorithms, DateMySchool.com brings together people that share educational backgrounds- such as students attending the same school or studying a similar major. The site verifies to make sure that all users attend the school that they claim they do. Once verified, the site is free for all current students with a college email address. Alumni may also join the site, but pay $9 per week- maybe because they have more time to browse the site? DateMySchool.com is not looking to find you someone to chat with online; they are looking to get you offline and on a date as soon as possible. Melanie Wallner, DateMySchool.com’s Public Relations Director offers up a few tips for setting up a date that you will both remember: “Know your needs: If you want a relationship, don’t waste time on the emotionally unavailable flirt down the hall. If you’re broke, as many students are, plan a date around free campus snacks. Go easy on the booze and the coffee before and during a date, to avoid being too sloppy or too jittery. Even if you’ve been wearing the same pair of jeans for a week, at least wash your hair before meeting up. Branch out of your narrow social circle by dating outside of your department or your school. School obligations don’t take a hiatus for your love life, so if you have a 20-page paper due tomorrow, make your date a study date.”