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Campus Cutie: Patrick Farrell

What do sea urchins, bow ties and Remember the Titans have to do with each other? Meet Patrick, this week’s Campus Cutie, to find out! This enthusiastic freshman from New York loves tennis and traveling, and can be found all over campus participating in Honor Council, giving tours, and singing with the ConnArtists. He has a diverse music taste and loves to dress up, so if you have ever wanted to go on a classy sunset dinner date, he’s your guy! Read on to learn more about Patrick, the most interesting food he has ever eaten, his fervent wanderlust, strong sock game, and more!

Class Year: 2018

Hometown: Smithtown, New York

Major: Economics

Minor: History/Religious Studies

Extracurricular activities: Tennis, Honor Council, Tour Guide, ConnArtists A Capella Group

Relationship status: Single

Describe your ideal date: Dinner at a nice restaurant overlooking the sunset.

Favorite movie: Remember the Titans

Guilty pleasure: Dessert

Party anthem: “Shower” by Becky G

Favorite place on campus: Tempel Green

What is your favorite item in your closet? Bow ties, I like to dress up.

Favorite food? Sushi

Most interesting food you’ve ever eaten? Sea Urchin at a restaurant in Montréal.

What has been the best part about joining an A Capella group?

It is something I have always thought was cool and a bit out of my comfort zone. My favorite part has been getting to know the group and hearing how cool the music sounds once all the voice parts are put together.

Any plans for Spring Break?

Going to Orlando, Florida with the tennis team. I am so excited.

Favorite vacation spot?

A place on Lake Champlain in Vermont during the summer.

What is you favorite part about playing tennis?

Tennis is my passion and something I put my maximum effort into. At Conn, being on the team with a great group of guys makes it a really fun and enjoyable environment with everyone working towards the same goals.

Do you want to study abroad? Where do you want to go?

Somewhere in Europe, maybe London, I have been there a few times and it’s an awesome city.

Why did you want to become a part of honor council?

I really take the honor code to heart and I wanted to have a voice on campus where my opinion can be heard.

Anything else you’d like to share?

I have a strong sock game.

How do you feel about being Campus Cutie?

I’m thankful.


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