Name: Ethan Hovanic
Major: Biology, Pre-Med
Hometown: Emmaus, PA & Hoboken, NJ (it’s complicated)
Relationship Status: Single
If you could be any Disney Prince, which would you be and why?
“Hercules, because he’s a half-god and he’s built.”
If you could be any Disney Princess, which would you be and why?
“Ariel, ‘cause I’d wanna be a mermaid.”
Why are you at CNU?
“I am here to maintain the highest standards of honesty, integrity, and personal responsibility.”
What is your ideal date?
“Long walks on the beach, followed by a candlelit dinner.”
Can you tell us about your campus involvement?
“I’m a fitness supervisor in the fitness center, a volunteer coordinator for the food cooperative, Vice President of CNU Go, I’m in PLP, and I play intramural sports. A lot.”
How about your community involvement?
“I’m a youth sports coach for basketball and soccer at the YMCA, and I volunteer at Riverside.”
Do you have a secret talent?
“I’m an all-star ‘Just Dance-r.'”
Whats your guilty pleasure?
“Watching Baggage and One Tree Hill with my roommates.”
What’s been your most awkward moment at CNU?
“I was walking out of the last chem class freshman year in the lecture hall, and I tripped over my own feet and fell flat on my face. Books were everywhere.”
What are you most looking forward to this summer?
“I’m looking forward to working for orientation at CNU as a SLAP facilitator. Also for volunteering at a ministry school in the Dominican Republic with my big sister.”
Who is your Constant Woman Crush Wednesday?
“My sister [Mary-Kate]; she’s super involved and on top of everything in her life, as well as always being friendly and upbeat. She’s a great role model.”
Who is your Constant Man Crush Monday?
Tell us your best joke.
“The Centipede Joke:
This guy decides he wants to buy a pet. So he goes to a pet store. When he walks in, the pet store guy asked, “Can I help you?”
“I’d like to buy a pet,” he says.
The pet store guy says, “Well how about a dog?” “No, a dog’s too domestic.” “How about a cat?” “No, cats scare me.” “How about a bird?” “No, birds are too basic.” “How about a centipede?” he asks. “Yeah! That’d be sweet! A centipede would be great!”
So he brings his centipede home, and wants to find out what he can do. So he says, “Centipede, go clean my room.” Three minutes go by, and the centipede comes back: “All done.” “Wow! That was super fast!”
He then says, “Centipede, go cook me dinner.” Five minutes later, the centipede has a five-course meal prepared. “Wow, this is super good, this is delicious, this centipede is awesome! What else can he do?” So he thinks to himself, and says “Centipede, go get me groceries.” The centipede runs out the door, and five minutes go by, 10 minutes, an hour, two hours, five hours, and he starts to think, “Where’s my centipede? He does everything so fast, why is he not back?” Finally, eight hours later, the centipede walks in with his groceries.
“Centipede, what took you so long?” Centipede says, “I had to put on my shoes.””