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Campus Cutie: Dylan Livesay

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

Name: Dylan Livesay

Year in School: Sophomore

Hometown: Wilsonville, Oregon

Major: Industrial Engineering

Relationship Status: Single

Meet Campus Cutie Dylan Livesay! Read more to learn all about this cutie.

HC Oregon State: What are some of your hobbies?

Dylan: Disc golf, collecting key chains and using oxford commas.

HC Oregon State: What is your favorite food?

Dylan: Baby-back ribs.

HC Oregon State: Why did you choose OSU?

Dylan: I chose to come to OSU because the campus, people and education are all out of this world.

HC Oregon State: What is your favorite place in Corvallis?

Dylan: Gill Coliseum.

HC Oregon State: You are a new walk-on to the Men’s Basketball team. How is it?

Dylan: It’s been awesome. I never thought that I would be in the position I am in and I am very thankful for the once in a lifetime opportunity to play basketball for the fans of Beaver Nation.

HC Oregon State: How did it feel to score those 2 3-pointers during your first game?

Dylan: It felt pretty good. Just getting into the game was an awesome feeling, but making those two shots definitely added to the experience.

HC Oregon State: What is your favorite guilty pleasure TV show?

Dylan: Pokemon, of course.

HC Oregon State: What is the last book you read?

Dylan: The last book I read was the thesaurus, because dictionaries are too mainstream.

HC Oregon State: What are your favorite sports teams?

Dylan: The Portland Trail Blazers and the Portland Timbers

HC Oregon State: What is something that a lot of people don’t know about you?

Dylan: I was in a movie when I was a sophomore in high school. It’s called “A Walk in My Shoes.” You should definitely check it out if you are into watching below average TV movies.

HC Oregon State: What do you look for in a girl?

Dylan: I’m looking for a girl who can distinguish between there/their/they’re and also your/you’re and use them properly in a well-built sentence.

Keep an eye out for Dylan at Men’s Basketball games this year! And, if you’re looking to steal his heart ant time soon, you’d better start brushing up on your grammar ;).




I am currently in my 3rd year at Oregon State and majoring in merchandising management. I am an intern for Beaver Athletics, a part-time student archive worker at the library. I am involved in many organizations including HerCampus, DAMchic magazine, Chi Theta Phi, and Relay for Life.