Hampton Man Crush: Justice Harrison

Justice Harrison is a junior pre-dental biology major from New Orleans, Louisiana. He is the current chapter president of the undergraduate student national dental association and chartered the pre-dental organization here on Hampton University’s campus. He’s also a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. Lets not forget that her is apart of the junior execute council, Greer Dawson student leadership program.

Not only does Justice have one of the cutest smiles on campus, he plans to be the man who can work on yours. If you ever see him walking around on campus don’t be shy, flash that beautiful smile of yours too.  

HC: What’s something that your extremely passionate about?

HMC: I would say right now school is my main focus. I’m trying to get into dental school. Other that that, it would be my family.

HC: What’s your plan for the future?

HMC: I plan to be in dental school the semester after I graduate and then explore. I also want to travel.

HC: What are your favorite and most annoying qualities about yourself?

HMC: I would say my favorite is developing work ethic, putting myself on a schedule and sticking to it.

HC: What color describes your personality?

HMC: Gray, because there are 50 different shades to me. (Smiles)

HC: What’s the first thing you notice about a girl?

HMC: Personality, because its who you are no matter the circumstances.

HC: What’s your type?

HMC: My type would be someone who is laid back but out going.

HC: If you could take a girl on a romantic date where would it be?

HMC: I don’t know, I’m more of a chef type of guy. See I would cook for you then we go somewhere. I don’t really go to restaurants. I can do anything from macaroni and cheese to the stew chicken or we can do the vodka sauce pasta with the steamed corn.

HC: Are you more of a giver or receiver when it comes to relationships?

HMC: I mean I’m all in so I would be a giver and I believe in providing in all aspects of my relationships.

HC: What’s the most important part of a relationship to you?

HMC: I would say spending time together is important for a relationship to work, Both partners have to be all in.