Stanford grad Amanda Bradford has come up with a new dating service called The League, a more selective (read: elitist) version of the Tindz that requires people to apply and be approved by an algorithm before they can get it on. This algorithm only judges the really important things, like whether you graduated from a top school, if your interests include sushi and snowboarding, and whether you enjoy overpriced home goods.
Honestly they've really hit the nail on the head here. After all, what do Ivy League millennials love more than online dating, job applications, and complex mathematical algorithms? But it’s okay, Amanda Bradford. We’re guessing you were probably just upset after some Tinder match from Palo Alto University stood you up. Necessity really is the mother of invention.