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People who sign up will also see a few familiar features such as instant messenger and the coveted “like” button. Undergraduate and graduate students at Columbia and other participating universities sign up for free.
The child of the Village will thrill to see your name appear on caller ID, for a descent from Morningside Heights is no less an occasion than an angel’s coming down from Heaven.Your battlements keep you so well-contained that you bounce off them and into each other quickly, in a kind of sexual pinball that leaves most of the acceptable options exhausted by the end of freshman year.In the past I’ve found myself jealous of your closed social world, since it’s necessary to have a close circle of friends in order to gossip properly, but the closed circles quickly run out of people to do gossip-worthy things with.The site—designed exclusively for college singles—launched on November 8 and has since spread to NYU, FIT, and nine other schools in the San Francisco Bay area including University of California Berkeley, Stanford, and Santa Clara. Jean Meyer and Balazs Alexa, second-year students at Columbia Business School, came up with the idea for a niche dating site after Alexa went on a date with a girl who mentioned how tough it is to meet people outside of her existing circle of friends and classmates.Enter Datemy School.com—or DMS as it’s been dubbed. “On Facebook all of my contacts are people I already know.Once you become a registered user, a few simple clicks to create your profile (don’t forget to upload a picture!
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So if Valentine’s Day didn’t see you trapped in a suffocating dorm relationship, consider a little sexual tourism down to Washington Square.
After all, no one at Columbia is impressed that you go to Columbia.
The student body includes predoctoral and postdoctoral students of dentistry, dental hygiene students, and students pursuing master's degrees in biology/oral biology, clinical research and biomaterials.