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27-Sep-2016 06:07

The Right Stuff Dating.com, which bills itself as “the Ivy League of dating,” is a place for students, alumni and faculty from top schools to make a romantic connection.“People tend to try to date people who have similar educational backgrounds as them,” said the site’s president and co-founder Dawne Touchings.“There’s a lot of nostalgia related to the time they were at college and their dating experiences there.”Tango’s Take Finally, a place to go for people who are awesome, and know they’re awesome, to find other awesome people cognizant of their awesomeness.Way back in January we first told you about The League, a dating app only for “elites” that have graduated from Ivy League schools.Unlike Tinder, The League keeps the riff raff out so rich, young 20-somethings with perfect genetics and super-brains can do what they were doing back in New Haven and Cambridge and East Hill and Wharton and only fuck each other.The matches themselves ranged in hotness and level of intrigue but a few things kept popping up. Here you can find the latest news, announcements, background information, and media contacts. Founded by Stanford grad Amanda Bradford, The League sets out to match ambitious, interesting professionals in San Francisco and New York City with other ambitious, interesting professionals.

But dating services Sparkology and The League are unabashed about who makes the cut -- accomplished young professionals. ”Strangers ask each other these seemingly innocent questions all the time at bars, but the underlying meaning is clear: Are you intelligent for me to be interested?Well, snobs everywhere can let out a collective sigh.We hope that we’re talking about legacy Ivy League, not the new merit Ivy League.Sure, they want to be competitive at sports and brag about someone winning a Nobel here and there, but no one wants a roommate on scholarship who can’t be expected to chip in for the new living room plasma.

But dating services Sparkology and The League are unabashed about who makes the cut -- accomplished young professionals.

”Strangers ask each other these seemingly innocent questions all the time at bars, but the underlying meaning is clear: Are you intelligent for me to be interested?

Well, snobs everywhere can let out a collective sigh.

We hope that we’re talking about legacy Ivy League, not the new merit Ivy League.

Sure, they want to be competitive at sports and brag about someone winning a Nobel here and there, but no one wants a roommate on scholarship who can’t be expected to chip in for the new living room plasma.

Dating app The League launched in New York in May (it is only available in San Francisco and New York), and it already has approximately 50,000 people on the waiting list (the app has approximately 10,000 active users in New York.