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Anecdotally, Harvard women are also less impressed by Harvard men.
That failsafe “I go to Harvard” pick-up-line no longer works on that cute girl in section, because—surprise! When women are educated and accomplished, they tend to hold higher standards for their dating partners.
The median number of relationships that Harvard seniors reported? With the exception of the lucky few who are currently in a relationship, the majority of the student body is single at any given time—meaning that there’s no shortage of legitimate dating woes on campus.
But, fellow Crimsonites, don’t fret just yet—if there’s anything we learned from acing our SATs, it’s how to think critically about lots of things!
A previous study showed that, given two identical pictures of the same girl—one with “Harvard” written on her shirt, one without—men will rate the plain-shirted girl as more attractive online.
Deeply ingrained gender perceptions can be harmful all around.
Swiping right on a lighted screen is significantly easier than putting in the work for a relationship, and the value of sex—facilitated by the use of apps like Tinder, Grindr, Bumble, and Hinge—has been lowered considerably. Attitudes about hooking up have evolved from a strict cultural taboo on pre-marital sex, to a month-long courtship before a first kiss, to drunken hookups facilitated by sweaty dorm parties and desperation, to its most evolved form to date: those oh-so-eloquent “Netflix and chill? Between studying for classes, applying for internships, running to and from clubs, attending social events, and fitting in calories, exercise and some semblance of sleep, meaningful relationships have become deprioritized in favor of other things.