Here are Bwog’s resident Classics majors and Editors Emeritus! Emeriti? They could probably tell you. Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested or just want to be lectured on Sappho.
Name, Year, School, Major: Youngweon Lee, Junior, CC, French and Classics.
Preference: Girl for guy.
Hometown: Seoul, Korea.
Your nightmare date in seven words or fewer: Paris army museum with racist (true story).
What redeems you as a human being? I ran Bwog for a semester without getting sued.
Library room of choice: Milstein 2 next to the big windows facing Broadway.
Beverage of choice and why: Local craft beer because it’s great and also supports the local economy. Also Duchesse De Bourgogne even though that’s not local at all.
If you had to eat one meal from a dining hall for the rest of your life what would that be? Ferris shrimp taco with extra shrimp and mango salsa and whatever that pink sauce is and lettuce and extra guac, also maybe a garlic roll that has a good amount of garlic butter and isn’t dry and bland.
Where can you usually be found on a Saturday night? Well right now I’m in Paris, so Paris.
Historical Hottie: Axel von Fersen.
Name, Year, School, Major: Finn Klauber, Senior, The College, Classics.
Preference: Guy 4 girl.
Hometown: Cooper City, Florida.
Your nightmare date in seven words or fewer: She hates Gordon Ramsay.
What redeems you as a human being? I keep my room relatively clean and I like dogs.
Library room of choice: Papyrology and epigraphy room.
Beverage of choice and why: Buckfast because it’s the greatest alcoholic drink known to man, lovingly crafted by godly men in rural England.
If you had to eat one meal from a dining hall for the rest of your life what would that be? Ferris pasta with olives, red peppers, carrots, peas, a little garlic, meatballs and marinara. Some form of fruit pie or cake as a side, with water.
Where can you usually be found on a Saturday night? w. 114th.
Historical Hottie: Ariadne.
Photo via Youngweon and Finn