The origin stories of some of the world’s biggest tech companies begin in and around college campuses. Mark Zuckerberg started Facebook from his Harvard dorm. Dylan Field was at Brown when he decided to pursue a Peter Thiel Fellowship that would ultimately birth Figma, the software company we reported last week was getting bought by Adobe for $20 billion. Others are now adding their own chapters because even tough markets and looming recessions can’t deter a 20-something with an entrepreneurial dream. Take Liam McGregor, 25. He’s the CEO and founder of Marriage Pact—a dating startup popular on dozens of campuses. Bloomberg
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