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

Name: Allen Wengert

Relationship Status: Single and ready to mingle.

Year: Junior

Favorite Class you’ve taken so far at Oswego: Scriptwriting for Television (BRC 428)

What is your favorite movie of all time and why? I’m a Star Wars guy and always have been. It’s greatness cannot be described in words. I’m not a big Jar Jar Binks fan though…

What clubs are you a part of? WTOP and WNYO (Host of 4 Guys in a Booth)

What’s a little known fact that most people don’t know about you? I have a third nipple. That’s not something you go around telling everyone. Also, I dig Taylor Swift. That’s another thing I don’t go telling everybody…

Thanksgiving is coming up: What is your favorite thanksgiving side dish and why? You can’t beat the cranberry sauce. The worst part about that though is that I have a huge family and my mom only manages to buy one can of it every year, so it’s like a gladiator fight to get a decent serving of it.

If you could dye your hair some ridiculous color, what would it be and why? Blue. Most of my clothes are blue (it’s my favorite color) so it would match.

Drink of Choice for the weekend? Water. Gotta stay hydrated.

You cant stand someone when they….  use the phrase “going hard” to describe their weekend. Am I the only one that finds that lame?

Kaitlin Provost graduated from SUNY Oswego, majoring in journalism with a learning agreement in photography. She grew up in five different towns all over the Northeast, eventually settling and graduating from high school in Hudson, Massachusetts. Kait now lives in the blustery town of Oswego, New York, where she can frequently be found running around like a madwoman, avoiding snow drifts taller than her head (which, incidentally, is not very tall). She has worked for her campus newspaper, The Oswegonian, as the Assistant News Editor, and is also the President of the Oswego chapter of Ed2010, a national organization which helps students break into the magazine industry. She hopes to one day work for National Geographic and travel the world.