“We didn’t have anything to do with how it was run.” Since Valentine’s Day, numerous HLS women have received e-mails from Monsarrat requesting that they start dating him. “”After assuring us that all data would be kept securely and confidentially, we said sure,” Sit said.Lastly, we feel that sororities have a moral obligation to educate and to warn their members on what may lie ahead for their membership.Sororities must carry the "empowerment torch" and encourage their members to always think clearly and to think safety.First go bank your babes, then you would be in a position to lend out small amounts. More so a man who always keeps the company of girls is a dangerous organization. You should instead be the guy, who charms his way into the hearts of geeky girls.No matter how cool you are, if you hang out with losers, you will be classified as a loser yourself. Be nice to them and they will take care of the unnecessary academic headache. Speaking about being nice, what about the loosers (all other guys in college) you shunned?The world is already divided into two sections by the hands of fate - the haves and the have-nots. If you are hanging out with guys, breathing the same air, consider yourself contaminated with the same desperation that a group of guys seem to take with them en masse, wherever they go in life.
The website describes the event as a “free service run by students, in association with the MIT Young Alumni Club, the Harvard Med School Student Council and other communities” including “MIT grads, alumni, ugrads and others; Harvard grads, alumni, ugrads and others; Wellesley alumni and ugrads.” However, Jon Monsarrat, a 34-year old MIT business graduate, apparently organized the event on his own, as none of the listed sponsors claim any involvement with the service or know of any other genuine participants.
Daarnaast maakt dit de website toegankelijk voor alle gebruikersgroepen, denk hierbij aan mobiele gebruikers of bezoekers met een visuele beperking.