Eric Esposito

Name:  Eric Esposito

Hometown:  Livingston, N.J. 

Year: Senior

Major:  Marketing

Relationship Status:  Single

Meet Eric Esposito, a shy but thoughtful and motivated sweetheart.  When he’s not inspiring tomorrow’s miracles as a committed THON committee member, Eric likes to spend his days listening to music, working out, playing sports and spending time with his friends and family.  We’re putting him in the spot light this week as Campus Cutie because he’s a PSU catch that we’re willing to share.

HC:  What is the most rewarding thing you’ve done in your life so far?

ERIC: Definitely being involved in THON.  I was really proud to give back to such a great cause and really help out kids and families in need of help.  They deserve all the happiness in the world. 

HC:  Who is your biggest celeb crush?

ERIC: Selena Gomez and Rihanna.

HC:  If you could spend an entire day with any celebrity, dead or alive, who would it be?

ERIC: Drake – he is by far my favorite musician. I am definitely influenced a lot by what he says and how he dresses, and it would be awesome to chill with him and see what a typical day would be like for him.

HC:  Do you have any guilty pleasures?

ERIC: Love watching the Kardashians, [I'm] really into their entire life.

HC:  What’s the biggest turn-on in a girl?

ERIC: I definitely look for a girl who is outgoing and is easy to talk to.  I am a quiet person myself, so I need a girl that can really lead a conversation and help me get comfortable with myself which helps me open up more.

HC: What is your biggest pet peeve?

ERIC:  People who are selfish and inconsiderate. 

HC:  What are three things that you can’t live without?

ERIC: Music, the New York Yankees and pancakes.

HC:  Where do you see yourself in five years?

ERIC: Living in NYC, working at a music label or hopefully on my way to creating my own music marketing firm.

HC:  What is the best advice you’ve ever gotten?

ERIC: Always be a leader, never be a follower – my mom told me that when I was younger and it has stuck with me to this day.