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"Guys were frustrated that they weren't finding that 'one' either.More often than not, because there were more guys than girls, they were more frustrated.""I didn't think of dating at HBS as desperate women looking at their last chance to get their "M-R-S" degree," she added.I remember thinking – “I’ve never met anyone like this before.
"There were a lot of guys that were desperately looking for girls," Lisa,* 29, who graduated from HBS in 2012, told (It's since morphed into a networking site, Ivy Connect.) Their mission, according to their Website, included helping Ivy singles "connect with remarkable people who make a difference in the world," other men and women who possess "intellectual curiosity and outstanding character." In other words, meeting (not fucking or killing) their equals."In my experience, HBS women were deeply respected by HBS men," Triebel told "Most if not all of my single HBS friends would be delighted to find favor in their eyes."Lisa acknowledges that it may sound "really nerdy," but says she and her fiancé fell in love in class, bonding over work in their section and parties afterwards."I've seen a lot of couples come out of HBS and I think that's because you sort of come out with similar mindsets and similar goals," she says."The irony of this whole sweeping gender equality experiment," according to Hattie*, 29, a 2011 HBS graduate, "is that a lot of guys and girls wanted to find someone.My fiancé and I were assigned to the same discussion group.Our other friends met in section or through social encounters.
It’s easy to make that intellectual connection which, I think, is harder to find outside of this academic environment. But as we got to know each other through our discussion group, I came to respect him greatly.