Steven Hightshue '13

Campus Cutie

Name: Steven Hightshue

Nickname: “Scoreboard,” because he manipulates the scoreboard

Year: Senior

Single? Yes!

Major: Human Biology/Spanish, Minor in French

Hometown: Indianapolis


HCIU: Favorite First Date Spot on Campus?

Steven: Runcible Spoon

HCIU: Brunette or blonde?

Steven: Brunettes

HCIU: What are your hobbies?

Steven: Ultimate [frisbee] is my life. I also like to paint, read, and volunteer.

HCIU: Favorite Bar?

Steven: Upstairs

HCIU: Favorite Beer?

Steven: 312 from Goose Island

HCIU: Favorite Drinking Game?

Steven: Boom!

HCIU: What are the three things you look for in a girl?

Steven: "I definitely look for more than three things! Sociable, outgoing and a fun personality; cute face with clear eyes and a smile that I can't get off my mind; and a girl who is somewhat to very athletic and likes a little competition."

HCIU: Celebrity Crush?

Steven: Blake Lively and Olivia Wilde

HCIU: What's one female fashion trend that you hate?

Steven: "Leggings. Unless they work with your outfit or you're playing a sport, they are not pants. Girls say they wear them because they are easy to put on but really it's just as easy to put on a real pair of jeans."

HCIU: What's your dream job?

Steven: Dual personal trainer and professional Ultimate Frisbee player.

HCIU: Do you have any weird talents?

Steven: Reciting history when I'm drunk. I am extremely good at quoting movies word for word.

HCIU: What are your deal breakers in a girl?

Steven: I don't like people who aren't honest. She has to stand up for what she believes in. Can't be rude and can't be outright mean. Has to like my friends - it's not hard.

HCIU: What's your favorite quotation?

Steven: "It is not wanting to win that makes you a winner; It is refusing to fail." -Unknown


"I don't think people are meant to be by themselves. That's why if you find someone you actually care about, it's important to let go of the little things. Even if you can't let go all the way. Because nothing sucks more than being all alone. No matter how many people are around."

-John 'J.D.' Dorian