Caleb Ng '16

Name & Nickname: Caleb Ng; LebMajor:  
Informatics with a focus in business, Double minor in security and businessYear & Age: Junior, 20 Years OldHometown:  
Diablo, California; San Francisco Bay AreaRelationship Status:  
SingleExtra Curricular Activities:  
IU Intramural Sports; Greek LifeGreek, or Nah: Greek (soon to be)

Faves:Current song/artist:  "Blame" by Calvin Harris,  "Tuesday" by Drake, "Hookah" by Tyga, "Wasted (Remix)" by Tiesto x Ummet Ozcan, "Stay High (Hippie Sabotage Remix)" by Tove LoSuperhero: THOR or DeadpoolParty theme: LuauFirst date food: Sushi or pizzaCelebrity crush: Nina Agdal; Natalie Eva Marie; Emma WatsonIce cream flavor: Peanut Butter Swirl or Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup

HCIU: If you could be anyone in the world for one day, living or dead, who would it be?CN: Past: William Clark (American Explorer); Present: Leonardo DiCaprio

HCIU: What's a day-in-the-life look like for you?CN: Eat, Sleep, School, Exercise, Greek Responsibilities, Study, Repeat!

HCIU: Dream job?CN: Working as a Business Intelligence Analyst or Information Security Consultant at JPMorganChase, Ebay, or Amazon, OR Franchise Entrepreneur.

HCIU: Biggest turn-on? Turn-off?CN: Biggest turn-on: Gym Girls; Girls who dress well; Approachable Presence; Smell Amazing. Biggest turn-off: Complaining/whining; Phone-whores; Lack of Personal and Social Standards;

HCIU: What is your favorite thing about IU? What do you miss about California?CN: During my two, going on three years at IU, I have experienced many things that have impacted my life. Since freshman year, I think my favorite thing about IU is the sense of school pride and community. Being a Hoosier allows students to unite through a common interest, whether it be studies, IU sports games, philanthropy events, or even just hanging out around campus, students feel comfortable and at ease while at this great university.

Being from the SF Bay Area, I can definitely say that I miss the consistent weather trends and non-landlocked state benefits. During commonly ‘tame’ seasons here in Indiana, you never really know when the heat, the rain, or even the occasional tornado warning will occur (sometimes, all in the same day). In addition, being able to go to the beach/ocean or being able to buy and eat fresh seafood are also two things that I definitely take advantage of during my holiday breaks back home. 

*Photos courtesy of Caleb Ng and Natalie Rowthorn