Emma Ann Bruzdzinski, Campus Cutie

Name: Emma Bruzdzinski

Year: Junior

Major: Marine Biology

Hometown: Ellicott City, Maryland

Relationship Status: Single



Emma Bruzdzinski is an intramural soccer star (when she doesn't have a torn ACL) and a member of the International Student Organization at UNCW. Her friends describe her as caring, quirky, funny, and adorable. Read on to learn more about Emma Bruzdzinski and her experiences at UNCW!


HC: What is a perfect date like for you?

EB: A perfect date for me is just something simple and fun, such as mini golf, a nice dinner, and a walk on the beach at sunset.


HC: Most awkward moment at UNCW?

EB: Freshman year I was biking to a lab and there was a group of guys in front of me who were walking slow and taking up the whole sidewalk. I thought I could squeeze by them, but apparently I misjudged it and I ended up falling into a bush and getting all scratched up. They were nice though and asked if I was okay but nothing could hide my embarrassment!


HC: What's the best book you've ever read?

EB: The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks


HC: Words to live by?

EB: “Sometimes you’re on top, stay humble. Sometimes you’ve hit a low, stay hopeful.”


HC: Hobbies?

EB: I love to play soccer, go to the beach, listen to music, hang out with friends, and play with my dog (or any dog really).


HC: Celebrity Crush?

EB: He’s a little bit older now, but Fernando Torres, always.


HC: Favorite pick up line?

EB: Are you a banana? Because I find you appealing.


HC: Who or what is your spirit animal?

EB: A dolphin because they’re always so happy and playful.



HC: If you were a member of 5SOS, who would you be and why?

EB: Luke because he likes soccer and food, just like me.


HC: If you were a Disney Princess, who would you be and why?

EB: Ariel because I think it would be awesome to be a mermaid and be best friends with sea creatures.


HC: Would you rather have a huge belly button 10 inches long that swayed to the beat of pop music or have accordions for legs?

EB: Accordions for legs might actually be kind of cool, although I’d probably be pretty slow.


Photos courtesy of Emma Bruzdzinski.