Hometown: Watertown, Wis.
Ideal date: I’d be happy with 40s and a bucket of chicken.
Ideal mate: Someone genuine and fun who loves life and has his priorities in order. If he’s hot, all the better.
Your sexiest physical trait: Guys say I have a great personality.
Best way for a guy/girl to get your attention: In a good way: strike up a conversation. In a bad way: ask me for change before asking me on a date (Yeah, it happened).
Where to find you on a Saturday night: I’m definitely a Daedalus regular.
First thing you notice about a guy: Eyes and smile.
What are you looking for in a guy: I don’t have a set of qualities in mind when I meet someone; it’s more of a matter of connection.
Your best pick up line: Hmm. Yeah. I have no game.
The most memorable pickup line a guy/girl has ever used on you: “Are you sure you don’t have chickens on your farm? Because you sure know how to raise a cock.”
Best or worst lie you’ve ever told: I still feel guilty for a second-grade stunt where I pulled the chair out from under another girl and then claimed I had nothing to do with it.
Favorite thing about Harvard: Late-night steak and cheese at ’Noch’s.
Most important thing you’ve learned at Harvard so far: That 90 percent of New Yorkers don’t know where my state is.
Sketchiest moment at Harvard: The Quincy Elevator Incident.
One thing you must do before graduation: Since graduation’s in January, I’m setting small goals such as visiting friends in the Quad.
Describe yourself in three words: Yup. Still here.
In 15 minutes you are: Watching TiVo at the Spee.
In 15 years you are: Excuse me while I have an anxiety attack.