Name: Jameson Glover
Hometown: Washington, D.C.
Relationship Status: In a Relationship
Major: Music Industry
Campus Involvement: Black Student Union and N.A.A.C.P
Favorite Eatery on Campus: WOW Cafe
Best Class They’ve Taken: Music Publishing
Go to Hangout Spot on Campus: Bix-Bot Quad
Best Dorm to Live at UNH: Celentano
Worst Subject in High School: Geometry
Favorite UNH Event/Tradition: Sankofa Benefit Concert
Dream Career: Singer-Songwriting Producer or Music Supervisor
Dream City to Live In: Nashville or Atlanta, depending on internships and connections
Favorite Thing to in Downtown New Haven: Take a drive, park and people watch
Hobbies/Talents: Produce music, play basketball, sing, ski, play piano, Yu-Gi-Oh, chess, music videos, and movies
Celebrity Crush: Tinashe and Yanet Garcia
Celebrity Role Model: Ne-Yo, John Legend, Michael B Jordan, and Denzel Washington
Favorite Artist at the Moment: KYLE
Her Campus: If you could be any character from Power, who would you be?
Jameson: Ghost. He is wicked smart on always 3 steps ahead of his enemies.
HC: What’s your favorite meme?
Jameson: Anything with a Kanye or Kevin Hart face.
HC: What’s a fun fact about you?
Jameson: I had my first kiss at the age of six.
HC: What’s your favorite quote?
Jameson: “Before you call me extra, or say I am too much, ask yourself, are you even enough?”
HC: If you were the POTUS, what would be the first thing you do/put into law?
Jameson: Make it illegal for colleges to be more than $25,000 a year.
HC: Is it hard being so far away from home?
Jameson: Not at all. I’ve been an only child my whole life, so I am pretty independent. I like not having to report to anyone in regards to my whereabouts. The freedom I have at college is not the same at home.
HC: What do you miss about the DMV area?
Jameson: The loyalty of my peers. People are fake and wishy washy up here. They’ll meet and hang out with you one day but act like they never interacted with you the next day.
HC: What’s your favorite part about being a tour guide?
Jameson: People taking to my goofy, corny, and fun personality while helping their sons and daughter feel secure when coming to the University of New Haven, especially if they are my field of study.
HC: What’s your advice for the class of 2021 next year?
Jameson: Turn up freshman year, but get your life together by sophomore year. Start thinking into the future in sophomore year, and take action. Time in college really does go by extremely fast, and I wish I had an extra year to do what I want to do at the University of New Haven as an artist.