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Christian Holm ’14

Finally you’ve done the impossible: secured a boyfriend in college. Congratulations! This is a feat not many girls accomplish. But be warned, having a boyfriend can be just as difficult as getting one. Especially with finals and winter break approaching, it can be hard to make time for your boy and your girls. To help navigate the boyfriend blizzard we turn once again to our campus cutie.

Major: Pre-Law, Philosophy
Interests: Chelsea FC, photography, the homies at ΣAE, candelight dinners
Favorite Quote: “A wise man never loses anything, if he has himself.”-Michel de Montaigne
Relationship Status: Single and ready to mingle
Turn ons: Lips
Turn offs: Can’t hold a conversation
What’s the hardest part about having a girlfriend?
Maintaining a healthy balance between hanging out with her and the boys, in addition to everything else going on in life.
How do you keep up the excitement in a relationship even once the chase is over?
I think it’s important to keep everything spontaneous. Surprises, even little ones, keep things exciting.
What’s the best part about having a girlfriend?
Always knowing you have someone to do something with no matter what.
How many nights out of the week should you hang out with your girlfriend?
Between 2-4 nights. You need to balance everything else like friends and work but still ensure that you don’t take them for granted.
What is one thing every girlfriend should do?
A good girlfriend surprises her boyfriend often; spontaneity should go both ways and it’s great to feel appreciated.
His Advice: Be yourself and everything else will fall naturally in place for you.

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