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Chris Langlois ’14

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Hofstra chapter.

Age: 21

Birthday: April 21st 1992

Hometown: Malborough, Connecticut Population: 6,000

Majors: Broadcast Journalism and Political Science

Favorite food: Anything with potato in it, I’m a fan of. Baked potato, mashed potatoes, sweet potato, potato chips.

Hobbies: Since a young age I’ve always been interested in music. I’ve played the drums since I was 6. And I started playing the base for the last 5 years or so. Music is a huge thing. A buddy of mine just got an electronic drum set in his dorm room so we’ve just been jamming and having like band practices and stuff. I’m also a huge baseball fan. Red Sox all the way.

Campus Involvement: Well I like to try and be involved in a lot of things on campus. I am the anchor for Hofstra Today and also the anchor and producer for Newsline for 88.7 FM Radio Hofstra University.  In addition to that, I’ve tried to do some political stuff. I’m one of the founders of the Hofstra Libertarian Club and I’ve various things from being in the Pep Band to being the Beat Boxer for the All Male Group the Dutchmen. I’ve tried to do different things, have fun, and meet lots of people.

Attracted to: I like girls that like to say what their opinions are and like to learn new things as corny as that sounds. And I love brown hair and for some reason I’m a sucker for pony tails and buns.

Best Feature: I guess my chin gets mixed reactions. Some people say I look like Jay Leno and others say I look very stately and regal. I’ve gotten complements on the chin so I’m going to have to go with chin.

Best Quality: I’ve always liked to make people laugh. It feels good and it feels good when I laugh. So I’d like to think that I’m a funny guy.

Ideal Perfect Date: Something cute in the afternoon. A nice dinner and then going to a baseball game.

Most Embarrassing Moment: I still remember in 4th grade, in the middle of the entire lunchroom, a can of soda exploded in my face and the whole place laughed at me. My mom had to pick me up early from school and take me home because I was so traumatized. And now that I’m thinking about it, that might have left scars I’m still feeling today.

A Place You Want to Visit: I’ve been lucky. My parents have taken me all over the country. I have been to 43 states. But I have this dream to go to every Major League Ballpark.  I’m about a third of the way there already but every American city that has a major league ball park, I want to visit and even see a game there.

Can’t Live Without: My record player. There’s nothing more relaxing than putting on a vinyl record and doing nothing other than enjoying every second of it.

In 10 Years: I would love to be a television anchor somewhere in a media market. And try to think about the next big step into breaking into a very large market city. Fingers crossed.