If you’re looking for a good time, this chicka won’t let you down. It’s always an adventure with Chloe Loomis…that is if you can keep up!
Hometown: Milwaukee, WI
Year in school: Junior
Major/minors: Communications and Sociology
Relationship Status: Single
Describe an ideal date: I would be happy with doing anything that allowed us to have a nice conversation and have fun at the same time, such as doing something outdoors or something bigger like going to an amusement park. I would choose an adventure over a dinner date.
What qualities do you find most attractive in a guy? A great smile and a great sense of humor.
What’s your go-to pick up line or move? I don’t have a pick up line, but I might be able to catch your attention with my moves on the dance floor.
Favorite song to dance to at a party: I think I have a new favorite song almost every week, but right now when the song “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars comes on…I am out of my seat within the first beat.
Describe yourself in 3 words: Outgoing, Spontaneous, Caring.
Where are you most likely to be found on a Friday night? Unless I’m horribly sick, I’m out with friends.
Biggest Pet Peeve: When people use the wrong form of the words: their, they’re, to, two, too, weather, whether, etc.
Favorite Food: Cheese curds…can you tell I’m from Wisconsin?
What’s your dream job? A job that would allow me to work with animals.
What’s your favorite thing about La Crosse? I love that La Crosse is a college town, but I also love that La Crosse has amazing scenery and bluffs to hike.
Tell me about your Study Abroad Experience to Rome, Italy: Traveling abroad has been hands down the best experience of my life!!! I decided to study in Rome, Italy, which allowed me to eat some of the best food in the world and explore the “eternal city,” where there was something new and beautiful around every corner. One thing I know for sure is that pizza will never be the same and I will never find “3 for 5” decent Euro wines like I had in Italy. I would advise for anyone and everyone who can study abroad to do so, because it will change you for the better and open your eyes to how much more there is to the world. If you pick somewhere in Europe, it’s pretty cheap to fly to other countries in the EU. I was able to go to England, Iceland, Scotland, Germany, Spain, France, Denmark, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Holland, Hungary and even Morocco in Africa.
What is one thing you have taken away from your Study Abroad experience? I’ve learned about a lot of different cultures and their norms, but I’ve also learned about myself through my study abroad experience. I’ve gained more independence because I was living in a new country without my family to fall back on if something went wrong and had to solve all my problems while dealing with a language barrier.
How will your Study Abroad experience help you in your future? It already has helped me to understand that there is so much more in the world than just Wisconsin and has helped me to realize that I want to continue to see the world. So, I see myself traveling more in my future because even though I got to see a lot of places, there’s still so much more. I will now be looking into careers that would allow for me to travel.
How does it feel to be featured as Campus Cutie? I definitely didn’t expect it, but I feel honored!