Tonight’s personals include a Henry VIII enthusiast and a New Yorker fan: meet Hannah Cohen and Peter Sterne.
Name, Year, School, Major: Hannah Jane Cohen, Sophomore, CC, Earth Science and Physics
Preference: Girl for guy
Hometown: Chappaqua, NY
Dream date in seven words or fewer: Spinal tap + beer + cuddling + late night talking
What redeems you as a human being? In the Bible verse for Hannah (Mother of Samuel), her husband asks her, “Are you drunk in the temple again? You always do this.” I try and live by this philosophy every day.
Obsessive book series of choice: The Dark Tower. Nothing else even compares.
Library room of choice: 6th Floor. Also my room.
What you think the sexiest animal is: An Icelandic Pony or a miniature husky puppy.
Guilty pleasure song: “So Yesterday” by Hillary Duff and all of Marilyn Manson. I’m a pretty embarrassing person.
Do you watch “Girls” ironically or unironically? Obviously unironically! If you say you watch Girls ironically, I will automatically assume you are stupid. Much like people who didn’t like “Cloud Atlas” or understand the Lost finale — you are dumb.
Historical hottie: Anne of Cleves. She’s the coolest of Henry VIII’s wives.
Name, Year, School, Major: Peter Sterne, Junior, CC, Anthropology
Preference: Guy for girl
Hometown: Greenwich, CT
Dream date in seven words or fewer: Dinner, drinks, discussing the New Yorker, brunch (“discussing the New Yorker” may or may not be a euphemism)
What redeems you as a human being? I afflict the comfortable and comfort the afflicted. Also, I always hold the door for people.
Obsessive book series of choice: The Hunger Games. J-Law is amazing.
What you think the sexiest animal is: Humans
Guilty pleasure song: Robyn, “Call Your Girlfriend”
Do you watch “Girls” ironically or unironically? Unironically. (I’m a Charlie.)
Historical Hottie: Ida Tarbell