Datamatch has come and gone, and yet (despite our best Crush Roulette efforts) we're still single. We've already put our love lives in the hands of an algorithm, so I guess it can't get much worse? Here's hoping we all have better luck next time around!
With Valentine's Day classics, new hits, and everything in between — Flyby's Valentine's Day Playlist 2021 is sure to please. Put it on at your next Palentine's Day Zoom party, or send it to that cutie on Tinder so maybe they'll finally ask you to be their Valentine.
Valentine's Day can bring on some mixed feelings, but if there's one thing we can all agree on, it's that Datamatch (and free food) is a must-do. We caught up with Harvard's Supreme Cupids and learned all about the hottest new features for everyone's favorite matchmaking service this year. So... if you haven't signed up for Datamatch yet, what are you doing??
If there's anything we've gained from this global pandemic, it's a deep, crushing need for social connection. Woo! If you're anything like us and Tinder has become your latest go-to spot for conversation and/or validation, follow this guide to make sure your profile is in good shape for your next swiping session.
While we're in a global panoramic, our internet personas have become even more important for that crucial first impression. Gone are the days of simply popping in a lackluster bio on your favorite dating app with the hopes of truly wooing them with your sparkling intellect in person – the pressure is on folks! Here's hoping your bio is at least slightly better than those we've featured here.
With Valentine's Day coming up quick, you might be looking to do some ~self-reflection~. What better way to do so than to figure out what your Harvard love language may be? You might not actually be receiving any Jefe's dates or Canada Goose jackets anytime soon, but at least you'll be ready for that next quarantine fling!
For freshmen living on campus last semester (or, honestly, anywhere else), it seems that finding a quarantine boo moved way up on the priority list. So how did we get here? Our very own freshman writer breaks down the new Covid dating culture, and how somehow plenty of freshman found love in a global pandemic.
Love is in the air... or should we say, in the Zoom? Either way, we've got all the deep questions you'll need to spice up your latest breakout room. Whether you're just hoping to end some awkward silences or actually trying to obtain a quarantine boo, our special virtual renditions of The New York Times’ “36 Questions That Lead to Love" are sure to please.
With Valentine’s Day coming up quick, now's really the time to shoot those last minute shots! Whether you’ve been all up in Tinder, sliding in the ZM's, or perhaps sending messenger pigeons, we've got the next best way of finally deducing why your latest virtual crush hasn’t texted you back yet (besides, you know, just asking them).