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On the first night, Tinder’s new “super-like” feature landed me at Marnee Thai for dinner with Matt*, a 24-year-old University graduate student whom I found physically attractive to reciprocate his super-like.
This week, we put three Daily Arts Writers to the test: they picked a subject they could immerse themselves in, then wrote a first-person narrative about their experience.
You can read the other pieces in this issue here and here.
Though Cacioppo’s study proved positive long-term effects, how does online dating fare with casual relationships among millennials at a time when they aren’t necessarily looking for The One?
So, with mixed responses, I delved further into the world of cyber romance — warily, but with an open mind.