Check out this week’s Campus Cutie Jonathan Azar! We cozied up with Jonathan to talk about life as a first year, his love life and hot fashion tips to stay warm this winter!
Her Campus: Let’s start out with some basic info! Let our readers know where you are from and what do you like do on campus!
Campus Cutie: I’m a first year Economics major from Munster, Indiana. I play baseball for DePauw and I am a pledge of Delta Tau Delta.
HC: Wow sounds like you are staying pretty busy! With midterms coming up, where do you plan on studying? Are you more of a Roy guy, or a Julian man?
CC: I am more of a second floor Roy guy myself, but occasionally I hit the books at Meyers Market.
HC: Very fun, really hitting two birds with one stone by studying at Meyers! What’s your order?
CC: Definitely Italian.
HC: The walk to Meyers is pretty far, how do you stay warm?
CC: I like to rock the patriotic beanie. I also let my hair grow out in the water. It’s actually a cycle; I grow my hair out all winter for warmth, and then in March, I cut it all off for baseball season.
HC: With baseball coming up, I’m sure you won’t have too much free time, but I’ll go ahead and ask the question that ladies are dying to know: Are you single?
CC: Yes, I am single.
HC: So what is your ideal campus date at DePauw?
CC: Wow. That’s a tough one! Probably a nice walk through East College and we could look at all the pictures.
HC: That’s a pretty short date!
CC: But then we would walk around East College five times one way and then reveres and go five times the other way to balance it out.
HC: You are a man that pays attention to detail, women can appreciate that. What qualities does a girl need to have in order to go on this romantic East College date?
CC: She needs to be somewhat interested in sports. She should be caring and intellectual so we can have canny conversations about life and the world!
HC: Alright. Last question. The real deal breaker. Beyoncé or Rihanna?
HC: Great answer! I think you would have lost many suitors if you weren’t a Bey-liever. It has been wonderful meeting you and we all look forward to seeing you walking around campus or East College! Thanks for stopping by Jonathan!