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Here lies dating culture: Tinder killed it

Mackenzie Murtaugh, Opinions Editor September 24, 2018

With Cynthia Nixon’s gubernatorial campaign and subsequent loss in New York over the course of this year, the most educational and efficient use of my time was to binge-watch “Sex and the City.”...

Graphic courtesy of Tinder

Tales from Tinder

Isabella Brock, Contributing Writer February 19, 2018

Disclaimer: All names have been changed to protect the identities of those who shared their stories. DePaul students may still crack jokes about the desperation of Tinder users even after its mainstream...

DePaul students Emily Franks and Jose Pauletto first met in person last September after meeting on Tinder. Pauletto, originally from Brazil, began using the app to practice his English. (Grant Myatt / The DePaulia)

Love at first (right) Tinder swipe

Courtney Jacquin February 8, 2015

When thinking about Tinder, relationships aren’t necessarily the first thing to come to mind. Definitely not serious relationships. But senior Emily Franks, a public relations and advertising and...

Tinder isn’t just for dating — it’s also a game

Tinder isn’t just for dating — it’s also a game

Murray Campbell February 8, 2015

By this point, most millennials know about Tinder. Its popularity has now permeated our culture, updating online dating for our generation in a neat little package, complete with slick animations, tons...

Tinder changes hookup culture

Tinder changes hookup culture

Gracie Covarrubias October 12, 2014

As a culture, young adults have managed to change countless societal norms to match the pace of the mass media movements surging through pop culture. In the case of Tinder, our generation has become...

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