velociraptor day vacuum-cleaning day vermouth=appreciation day V-Day Columbia! Today’s Columbians looking for love are Sarah, Richard, and the Diana Center. If you want to take any one of these awesome humans/ buildings on a date, email us and we’ll set it up (and give you ten whole dollars to take ‘em out). But sorry guys, we’re just toooooo popular — we’ve received enough submissions, so we won’t be accepting any new personals after this point.
Name, Year, School, Major: Sarah Charles a.k.a. Chuck, CC ‘15, Neuroscience/Computer Science
Preference: girl for guy or girl
Hometown: Goodyear, AZ
Your nightmare date in seven words or fewer: Seafood+Baseball+”doesn’t read”…then zombies attack.
What redeems you as a human being? To be honest, probably nothing, but for the sake of the Bwog personal I’ll say I make a mean chocolate chip cookie.
Library room of choice: Lehman 5eva, I get paid to be there and it’s also pretty much my second home.
Beverage of choice: Malk ^_^
Guilty Pleasure Song: Temperature by Sean Paul, or anything from ABBA’s greatest hits
Where can you usually be found on a Saturday night? In bed. I fell asleep trying to decide between doing homework and going out.
Historical Hottie: Richard Feynman. He had a sexy brain.
Name, Year, School, Major: Richard Ha, 2015, CC, Neuroscience & Behavior, EALAC
Preference: Damsels in distress
Hometown: Great Neck, NY
Your nightmare date in seven words or fewer: Your Whaddya mean, you don’t believe in evolution?
What redeems you as a human being? I can and will serenade you with my oboe.
Library room of choice: Dodge Music by day, Butler 8th floor by night (I know, I’m not supposed to be up there. I like to live life dangerously.)
Beverage of choice: Girly’ cocktails are delicious.
Guilty Pleasure Song: A Thousand Miles by Vanessa Carlton. Terry Crews lip-syncing to it in White Chicks got me hooked.
Where can you usually be found on a Saturday night? With you of course! No? Ok Netflix, you can be my date for the night. I’ll bring the Three-buck Chuck.
Historical Hottie: Beethoven. I know you’ve heard his music but have you seen a portrait of him? My God, the man’s hair is fantastic.
Name, Year, School, Major: Diana Vagelos, 2010, The College (THE BARNARD COLLEGE), Architecture.
Preference: strong women who don’t try to have it all
Hometown: New York City bb
Your nightmare date in seven words or fewer: “I’m not a feminist”
What redeems you as a
human being building? Have you seen the student center across the street? I’m going to go with “lack of ramps and tasteful use of glass.”
Library room of choice: My life is a No Study Zone.
Beverage of choice: A frap, made with love but very little skill at Liz’s Place.
Guilty pleasure song: Blurred Lines. No one can know that I think it’s catchy.
Where can you usually be found on a Saturday night? They call me “the Vag” for a reason.
Historical Hottie: Zora Neale Hurston