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Campus Cutie Camille Stein ’18

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Amherst chapter.
Meet Camille Stein ’18!  We asked the student body to nominate our last Campus Cutie of the year and Camille was one of the nominees.  She is funny with a soft spot for animals! Learn more about her with Her Campus Amherst!
Name: Camille Stein 
Hometown: Thoreau, New Mexico 
Year: 2018
Dorm: Lipton
Majors: History & English
Relationship Status: Single (arguably been dating my dog and cheating on her with my cat for the past 5 years though)
Ideal Date: phood is phun, I don’t know though, I feel like whatever would be least awkward with that specific person, if someone wanted to jet set and photograph the world with me in 80 days though I guess I wouldn’t complain. 
Spirit Animal: I’ve been told it’s a wolf but I’ve recently become v spiritually connected to bb bats in sleeping bags though. 
What Super Power Would You Want: cure any illness or injury. 
Ideal Job: Working with homeless and/or endangered animals. 
Most Played Song on Your iPod: I think the Midnight in Paris soundtrack or the James Bond theme song tbh because I’m really current and up to date with pop culture. 
Fave TV show: Changes weekly, whatever doesn’t suck and lets me escape my current problems. 
Country you want to visit: Always want to go back to France. 
Craziest Thing You’ve Ever Done: Sat on the tailgate of a pickup truck going 100 miles an hour with my legs dangling off right after my dad said “Camille, don’t sit on the tail end of that truck on the highway with your legs dangling off and your 15 year old cousin driving”. 
Carina Corbin graduated from Amherst College in 2017 and started writing for Her Campus during her first year. She was a Computer Science and Asian Languages & Civilizations double major that still loves to learn languages, write short stories, eat great food and travel. She wrote for Her Campus Amherst for four years and was Campus Correspondent for 3.5 years. She enjoyed interviewing Campus Profiles and writing content that connected with the Amherst community.