By Hana R. February 12, pm Updated February 13, pm. A year-old law student with two roommates in Washington Heights. A year-old private equity exec and dad of two, from Cos Cob, Conn. A year-old college dean, who traveled all the way from Philadelphia for Sunday brunch. Lying in bed and squinting through tears, I downloaded Hinge and started scrolling.
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