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Campus Cutie: Drew Patrick ’15

 

Name: Drew Patrick
Hometown: Winston-Salem
Year: Sophomore
Major: Psychology and Drama
Favorite Coldstone/Yopo flavor: Mint Chocolate Chip
Favorite study spot on campus: Definitely the Arboretum.  It’s one of my favorite places on campus.  It’s so peaceful and nice there.
Fun Fact: I have an extra rib.  Shoulda been called Adam.
Motto to live by: “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” –Milton Berle

This week’s Campus Cutie is Drew Patrick, a Winston-Salem native whose blonde hair and killer smile are sure to steal your heart.  But he’s definitely more than just a pretty face—Drew is on the leadership team at his church, the Newman Center, he’s involved in intramural sports and he does plays with Lab! Theater.  When Drew graduates he hopes to move to New York or Los Angeles to become an actor (ladies, remember: when he’s famous one day, you heard about him from HC first).  Oh, and did we mention he’s single?  Read more about him below!

What’s your favorite movie?
Silence of the Lambs.
What’s your favorite TV show?
Modern Family.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
Hanging out with friends, ballin it up (aka playing basketball), watching movies, going to the gym, seeing Carolina kick butt.

Do you have any special skills, talents or bragging rights?
Does singing in the shower count?  Well, I’m a pretty good actor and can do accents by request.

Where’s the coolest place you’ve ever traveled to?
I’m afraid I’m not well traveled.  The best I got is probably Disney World.  But I’d love to go see the world with a lucky lady ;)

What do you like most about UNC?
Oh gosh, how am I supposed to choose from so much?  I could say our awesome athletics, academics, or arts but I think I’ll say the people.  Everybody is so nice here and I have met some pretty amazing people.  I wouldn’t give up my friends for the world.

What’s one thing you want to do before you graduate?
Witness Carolina win a national championship in basketball (It’s gonna happen).

What’s your idea of the perfect girl?
One who’s attractive, has to have a good sense of humor, likes to have fun but also can connect with me on a deeper level.   Has a great smile. A girl that I’m just comfortable to be around and I can talk to easily. Who isn’t uptight but just relaxes and is herself.

What are your biggest turn-offs?
When girls are too stuck up on themselves.  When they have annoying voices or laughs.

Describe your ideal first date.
Probably somewhere pretty nice where we can talk and I can get to know her better.  I’d like to take her out to Southern Rail, a restaurant in Carrboro that used to be an old train station.  I’ve never been there but I heard it was really cool.  Then we could do something fun and more active like bowling or putt- putt.  I’m not too good at either one of those but it’s always a good time.

Photos courtesy of Drew Patrick

Michelle was the Senior Editor of Her Campus. She is passionate about producing high-quality, entertaining and informative content for readers. Before joining the staff full-time, she was an editorial intern, the Life Editor and a contributing writer for HC, during which time she wrote the most-read article in HC history. Before joining the HC team, Michelle interned for The News & Observer in Raleigh, NC. A native of North Carolina, Michelle graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2013 with a B.A. in journalism and French and a minor in music. In her spare time, she likes to run (a lot), buy way too many magazines, obsessively follow UNC basketball and explore new places. You can follow her on Twitter: @mclewis3
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