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Mc Collum recently released an EP titled "Probably Wrong: Session One" on July 7, 2017 and followed with "Probably Wrong: Session Two on September 8, 2017.The full "Probably Wrong" album was released on November 10, 2017.Still, a UT associate professor who wrote her doctoral thesis on the e-dating market had never heard of the sponsored parties until a reporter told her about them.While the sponsorships appear to be on the “down low,” they are a brilliant marketing strategy for dating apps, said Angeline Close Scheinbaum, an associate professor of advertising and public relations at UT.If the students do not have a Tinder U profile, they are asked to create one, even if it means downloading the app for the first time — and even if they are in a steady relationship. “Must: be within five miles of campus, be ages 18-22, have an existing Tinder profile, have UT Austin in your profile.” As they race to sign up young adults who present their biggest growth opportunity, Tinder and Austin-based Bumble have stepped up their game on college campuses across the nation.Fraternities are deciding whether they’re a Bumble house or a Tinder house, and signing exclusive contracts.If you're seeking a second-in-command who will tell you all the news and be a great conversation partner, Missandei is your girl! #adoptdontshop #gameofthrones austinmonthly.com/Austin-Amplifi… The Austin Chronicle gave the release 3.5/5 stars, writing that "it's too early to declare The Limestone Kid debut of the year, but it's already one to beat," and comparing Mc Collum's music to that of Charlie Robison.
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Released on November 19, 2013, the EP was produced by Corby Schaub, who is also known as the former guitarist for Ryan Bingham.