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Ostensibly, it's a hybrid of Tinder, Coffee Meets Bagel, and Hinge. That means that if you were deferred at Stanford, you’ve got a much more likely shot of getting in there than do students deferred at Yale, Princeton, and Harvard based on the numbers alone. Keeping with the dating analogy, one could argue that Stanford doesn’t like to string dates along. They cut to the chase and, well, we respect them for it. Find that kind of analogy on another college admissions blog. Hey, we write every single day — including weekends and holidays — about highly selective college admissions. Anyhow, while you’re here, check out our compiled Ivy League Statistics.You're using an out-of-date web browser, which can cause websites to appear broken and have lots of security issues.We’ve received lots of questions about the project – here are responses to the most common questions.If you’d like any more clarification, feel free to email us. Each participant goes through a selection committee of several staffers, and we do compatibility studies and statistics on each pair to make sure that we get a good match. Is this affiliated to any Stanford departments or the University? The Stanford Daily is an independent newspaper, and any activities we do are entirely independent and are not run by the University. Our selection process is highly democratic and receives input from a wide range of voices.