Hometown: Roanoke, Virginia Major: English Class Year: Graduate Student, 2012
“In the history of the universe, there have been several interesting, if not brilliant people. Jacob is not one of them.” – Jacob Agner. Although he may not be a self-acclaimed interesting and brilliant person, this James Madison graduate sure brings looks and personality to Bucknell’s campus.
Favorite Book: Jude the Obscure by Thomas Hardy
Favorite Movie: Lethal Weapon, Raging Bull, and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Favorite store: Books-A-Million
Most played song on your ipod: Untitled (How does it feel?) by D’Angelo
Favorite Class at Bucknell: Modern American Literature
Favorite aspect of Bucknell: The town and the people.
Campus Activities: I recently introduced films for the 70th Anniversary Film Festival, and participated in the marathon reading of Pride and Prejudice.
Campus Posse: Grad students go solo unless Jim Beam is involved.
Favorite place on Campus: Embarrassingly, the library.
General Interests: I like movies a lot. I used to be a wrestler and now I help my dad with a high school team. I don’t listen to the news much because it is depressing. But I picked up listening to podcasts, specifically the Joe Rogan Experience.
Little Known Fact: I am ambidextrous. I write left handed, I eat my cereal left handed, but I played baseball right handed.
Girls, Girls, Girls:
Relationship Status: No
What you look for in a girl: I don’t go for the cliché nice smile, although that is nice. What often attracts me is something I wouldn’t expect about them. Something idiosyncratic or weird even.
Female turnoff: Over-involvement. Don’t worry about my emotions too much.
Celebrity Crush: Angelina Jolie and Rosario Dawson. Marilyn Monroe.
The Best of the Rest:
Proudest Accomplishment: Not dying from all the dumb things I’ve done so far.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years: 33, and pregnant.
3 words to describe you: prurient, pertinacious, and pusillanimous: suck it alliteration