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11 Transfer Student Campus Cuties

Meet Peter Stoll.  Displaying wit and humor, Peter is an allover down to earth nice guy.  The student who nominated him said “Peter is in one of my classes and he is so friendly!” Surprisingly, he just transferred to Conn this semester but he is already making his presence known on campus.  

Name: Peter Stoll
School: Conn College
Hometown: Larchmont, NY
Major: Architectural Studies
Dorm: Larrabee
Relationship Status: Single
 
If you could have one superpower what would it be?

Flight, for sure. It’s teleportation for people who aren’t in a hurry.
 

If you were stranded on a desert island, what are three items you couldn’t live without?

A wilson volleyball, some red paint, and a pocket watch.

Who is your idol and why?
Mark Messier. He’s gritty, he’s a leader, and he brought the Stanley Cup to New York.

What is one of your pet peeves?
Loud chewing. I’m just not trying to hear that.

What’s your go-to dish at Harris?
Whatever fits on the plate.

If you could be any celebrity who would it be?
I’m gonna go with Matt Damon. He’s cerebral, but still a badass.

How do you feel about being this week’s Campus Cutie?
It’s a really nice compliment! Pretty surprising, too. I mean, I only transferred here 3 weeks ago.

Describe Conn in one word.
Gestalt.

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Meet Jordan Hathorne, recent transfer from Portland State University and Public Relations major. His passion is sports and technology, but he also loves cooking, guitar, and hanging with friends. Check him out on campus!

Shool: Oregon
Age: 22
Major: Public Relations
Hometown: Lake Oswego, OR

Describe yourself in five words.
Outgoing. Positive. Fun. Friendly. Humerous.

What are your hobbies?
I like to watch soccer, work on computers, play soccer, play guitar, listen to music, and hang out with my friends.

What’s your perfect date?
I’d have to say going to a pub for a dinner, then a Timbers game, then a concert after that. That would be awesome.

If you could be any animal, what would you be and why?
My real answer would be a monkey so I could throw feces and not get in trouble… (laughs) just kidding! It would be cool to be a monkey because they’re fun, intelligent, and they use tools—that’s big. They don’t really get in fights, they’re just in general pretty chill animals.

 

What’s your dream career?
That’s hard. I would say… there’s so many! I think it would be something tech related, working for Microsoft, Intel, Google, but that also works with people so I get to deal with people and also work with technology. Other than that, maybe working for the Timbers as a communications director. It would be great to be a part of that culture and just work for something I truly truly enjoy.

Name three things you want to do before you die.
I want to travel the world, as cliché as that sounds. I want to see the Timbers or Blazers win a championship (laughs). And, I want my brother Zack and I to be on the Amazing Race. That’d be so sick. That’s like a dream.

Describe an embarrassing moment for you.
Well this one time last term, I was starving so I stopped to get a bagel with cream cheese before class. It was this garlic cream cheese, super good. I walk into class and I just dropped it right in front of me. I was so hungry, I didn’t think anyone was watching so I just picked it up and kept eating. Like half the class was watching me just disgusted. So awkward.. I was so hungry though!

What’s your favorite food?
Definitely clam chowder. I love clam chowder, especially in a bread bowl with Tabasco sauce. Or fish and chips. But no, if someone asked me if there was only one food I could eat for the rest of my life, it would be clam chowder. One time I ate it like seven days in a row. And the sick thing about it was only like a day after that I ended up getting clam chowder again somewhere else. It’s a magical thing.

 

Favorite Disney movie?
I love Ratatouille. I really like cooking so the kitchen atmosphere was really visually pleasing and he was a pretty cool rat.

What do you love about University of Oregon?
I really like U of O, but probably the people. So far, since transferring here from PSU, I’ve met a lot of really cool and smart people. It’s cool to meet so many people intelligent in different areas like psychology and business and others, and seeing them in their element doing what they want to do. It’s a really inspiring place to be. 

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A northern boy who’s embracing southern culture, Anthony Tedesco is a sophomore transfer from Woburn, Massachusetts and member of Chi Phi fraternity. Anthony is an avid sports friend and loves the spirit at Carolina, a drastic change from his experience at NYU last year.

Name: Anthony Tedesco
School: UNC Chapel Hill
Year: 2016 (Sophomore)
Major/Minor/Area of Interest: Pre-Business
Relationship Status: Single and ready to mingle.

Favorite place to eat on Franklin: Obviously Topo

Favorite thing(s) about Carolina: Game days, Southern hospitality, and the lack of snow.

What do you do in your free time: When I’m not hitting the books, I’m usually hanging with friends. I also love playing sports and going to Carolina games.

Describe your ideal date: In my private jet (one day), we’d fly to the shore for a day at the beach. After catching some rays, we would have a romantic dinner with a view of the sunset.

Fun Fact: I have a wicked “hahhd” Boston accent and it sounds a hell of a lot more sexy in person.

Biggest Turn-On: Yoga pants.
Biggest Turn-Off: If you’re a Yankees fan, we can probably end the conversation right here.

Dream Job: Putting a smile on the face of the beautiful lady I am lucky to call my wife.

Best Pickup Line: I’m not drunk, I’m just intoxicated by you.

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Name: Daniel C. Mazzei
School: Suffolk
Academic Year: Freshman
Hometown: Tewksbury, MA
Major: Journalism
Relationship Status: Taken…sorry ladies!

Born and raised an athletic hockey player, this campus cutie is one to look out for not only on campus, but also on the ice:“I just started in January with the [Suffolk] team after transferring from Wentworth, so it’s hard for me to say how things have been all year, but we’re working hard every day to get better and hopefully start posting some wins. I started as a center for the team, but due to some injuries I’ve been moved back to defense. Juggling school and hockey can be difficult and stressful at times, but for the most part I’m able to get in and out of practicequickly, so I have plenty of time to take care of my work. My favorite hockey team is the Boston Bruins, and my favorite player is Patrice Bergeron. This is where I live and grew up so I’ve always supported the home team.”
 
If you had to describe yourself in just 3 words, what would they be?  
“Yo soy fiesta.” Sorry for those who don’t understand the Gronk (Patriots) reference.
 
Celebrity crush: My celebrity crush is definitely Charlize Theron.
 
Tell me something most people don’t know about you? Something most people don’t know about me is that I’m a 21-year-old freshman.
 
Turn-ons: Classy, intelligent, confident, athletic body, nice teeth, and brunettes are a must!
Turnoffs: Girls that act stupid on purpose, party animals, dressing trashy, and odd piercings just don’t work for me.
 
 
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Name: Dov Gold
Year: 2016
School: Brandeis
Hometown: New Rochelle, New York
Major and Minor: Psychology major considering adding HSSP as a second major.
Relationship status: Single

What are you involved in on campus?
I’m on the crew team and I’m currently pledging Sigma Alpha Mu

When did you know that you wanted to be involved in crew? 
I started rowing for the crew team last year at my old school (because I’m a transfer). I’ve always loved the water and rowing seemed like a good outlet for me and also it’s an amazing work out. After the first semester I absolutely fell in love with everything about the sport and since then cant imagine not rowing.

Where did you transfer from?
I transferred from Hofstra University.

What appealed to you about Brandeis? 
Aside from the gorgeous campus, one of the biggest selling points for me about Brandeis was the overwhelming sense of community I felt on campus. While visiting different schools Brandeis was the only one that made me feel welcomed before even being accepted. It was the kind of place that made me feel like I belonged and that feeling remains the same even now.

How has your experience been so far?  
I absolutely love it here. In a month I’ve had more fun and met more people here than I did at my old school. I’m a lot more involved and I feel like I’m where I truly belong. 

How has your experience been on crew? 
My experience with this team has been amazing so far. When transferring schools one of my biggest concerns was adjusting to a new team, but there was no awkward adjustment period with the Brandeis crew. The day I walked onto the team they made me feel like a part of the family and I’m so happy to be here and to be rowing for them.

What are you most looking forward to next semester? 
I’m looking forward to the spring race season with my team and also a few of the classes that I’m already planning on taking.

Do you have any advice for any transfer students? 
My best advice to any other transfers is to hit the ground running. You obviously transferred for a reason and now that you’re here don’t hold anything back. With college, what you put in is what you’ll get out so give it everything you’ve got. 

What is a quirk that you like about yourself that people don’t know? 
I suppose one thing that not everyone knows about me is that I’m a singer. And I mean I’m almost always singing. If I’m not singing then something must be terribly wrong.

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Attention collegiates, a newly transferred student is attending Suny Oswego. Catching fish is not the only thing this blue-eyed campus cutie does. Fishing, skiing, and swimming in Lake Ontario are some of his favorites. He transferred all the way from Bryant University in Rhode Island last semester. This campus cutie is not only a great asset to our men’s lacrosse team but to the social environment here at Oswego State. If your walking through the halls of Moreland or around the campus grounds, Brian is sure to greet everyone with a smile and introduce himself. This campus cutie’s humorous, benevolent personality has made him a well-known Oswego student here on campus.
 
Name: Brian Murphy ‘14
School: Oswego
Ethnicity: Irish, and polish
Age: 20
Hometown: Vestal, New York
Major and why? Business, because I like to interact with people; I’m a people person,” he laughs.


 
Relationship status: taken
 
Involvement on campus: Men’s lacrosse team
 
What is the first thing you want to do after graduation?
I’d go somewhere exotic, just to kick back and relax.
 
What are your goals: I want to live in a big house and be a successful business man. He replied with a serious look while finishing up his marketing project.
 
Three words to describe you: Outgoing, friendly, and optimistic
Random fact about you: I love peanut butter.
 
What is your favorite thing to do in Oswego?  Go to the bars and scuba dive in the lake.
 
Why did you transfer to Oswego State? 
For the nice weather… just kidding for the school, I really liked the lake. 

What is the craziest thing you’ve ever done? 
I got in a fight with an old guy about snow balling cars. 

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This weeks Campus Cutie is new to BU.

As a transfer student and COM major, Ryan can be seen waltzing the halls of COM, manning a camera on a film set, or hanging out with his two freshman roommates he has taken under his wing.

Ryan Whitten is a Junior from Albany, New York, who transferred from SUNY Oneonta to pursue a degree in Advertising. When asked what it is like being a transfer student, Ryan replied “It’s the same as being a regular student – except you kinda feel like a freshman.”

Ryan is an active member of BU’s brand new Digital Media Club, and was an integral part of launching their new app, uPlannr. He is also an account executive for Ad Club, and spends his spare time working on numerous film projects.

Along with a knack for computers and technology, Ryan has a love for music. He plays guitar and sings – can you say yes, please? He also enjoys exploring the great outdoors – especially hiking. He’s currently working with an old professor on a documentary about the 235-mile Trans Adirondack route – one that he’s hiked many times.

So what brought this outdoorsy upstate New Yorker to BU? From personal experience, I would say that it was his ambition. Ryan knew that in order to gain the training and experience necessary to be successful in his field, he needed to challenge himself both academically and personally. His favorite thing about being at BU is living in the city of Boston. “Nothing’s better than being in walking distance to downtown Boston,” he says.

This cutie’s idea of a perfect date is making dinner with a girl. “A restaurant is nice,” he says, “but cooking is a great team activity. What comes from the kitchen stove says much more about me that what comes from a menu.” Unfortunately for my readers, this is just how he won over his current girlfriend. I guess you’ll have to wait in line!

We can definitely expect big things from this campus cutie – so keep any eye out!

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Name: Dave Dupra
School: Pitt
Year: Sophomore
Major: Rehabilitation Sciences
Hometown: Fairport, NY

Favorite Band: Dave Matthews Band
 
Favorite TV Shows: American Horror Story, Dexter, Family Guy
 
Favorite Movies: Lucky Number Slevin, Green Street Hooligans, The Gladiator, and anything else with Morgan Freeman in it
 
Celebrity Crush: Jennifer Aniston
 
Campus Involvement: Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Student Association
 
Best Pitt Memory, so far: I’m a transfer student so I haven’t racked up the memories yet, but I would say the Avicii concert.
 
Perfect date in Oakland: Sneaking to the top of the Cathedral with greasy Five Guys and watching the sun set on a warm summer evening.

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Meet Spencer, a recent transfer student from Boston College. He is this week’s campus cutie (well…the campus across the street) and we think you’ll find he’s a really nice guy!

Name: Spencer Wolfe
Major/School: Ancient History, Columbia College
Class Year: 2014
Relationship status: Single

Interests/hobbies: Snowboarding, baseball, football, writing, piano, cooking
Favorite thing to do in NYC: Wander down Broadway looking for interesting restaurants
What are qualities that you find attractive in a girl? 
Good taste in music, fun-loving, adventurous, spontaneous, humble, likes dogs

Your ideal first date: 
Building a snow fort and then having a fancy home-cooked meal inside (with Christmas lights)

What is the most embarrassing thing that’s ever happened to you on a first date? 
I spilled buttery popcorn all over my date’s new dress in the middle of a movie!

If your life was a TV show what would it be?
A mix between Entourage, Iron Chef and Family Guy

Where do you see yourself after graduation? 
Living somewhere interesting for a few years, maybe Africa or the Middle East and then going to law school.

Celebrity lookalike: Scott Michael Foster (Cappie from Greek)

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Name: Rex Messing
School: Colgate
Year: 2015
Hometown: Ridgefield, CT
Major: Biology

What he does on campus: Play some soccer, little bit of bumper cars in the frank parking lot, and lock myself in case library way too often.

Best Colgate memory: Not remembering last Saturday

What he looks for in a girl: Nice body….34 C is my go to. But really I love long legs, usually brunnette, confident, outgoing, good smile…but I’m open to ideas.  

Turn offs: Talking, granny panties, know it alls, expectations of commitment, being too clingy, unattractiveness usually hurts a girls chances too….

Celebrity crush: Zooey Deschanel 

Favorite movie: Eat Pray Love

Ideal first date: Dinner by the water

Dream job: Retirement 

3 fun facts about him: I transferred here from Northeastern, I’ve had 6 surgeries all from soccer, I worked on a fishing boat for a couple summers

When asked to describe himself in 3 words: Reserved, good-mannered, awesome.

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Check out this week’s campus cutie, Dillon! Haven’t seen him around campus before? He just transferred to GW this spring. Get to know this cutie while he’s still single!

Name: Dillon Novakowski
Year: 2015
Hometown: Greenwich, Connecticut
Major: Finance
Relationship Status: Single
Involvement on Campus: Pi Kapp

What did you do over summer vacation? 
Worked at Jack Wills,  traveled to Martha’s Vineyard, Montauk and Chatham, and spent my free time on the beach

Most embarrassing moment: When I was visiting my friend at school I threw up on her roommate’s bed.

What do you look for in a girl? A challenge

Blondes or brunettes: Blondes

Most ridiculous thing you’ve done to get a girls attention: Brought a girl who had no idea I existed girl roses on Valentine’s Day and got shut down.

Secret talent or fun fact: I’m an actor
Item on your bucket list: To roadtrip across the country one summer

Coolest thing you’ve ever done: Recorded my debut rap solo.

Who would you never want to meet? Scott Disik. I’m too much like him… We wouldn’t get along.

If you were stuck on an island what 3 things would you bring? beats, brews, and babes

 

Corinne Sullivan is an editorial intern at Her Campus. She is in her senior year at Boston College, majoring in English with a Creative Writing Concentration. On campus, she cheers at football and basketball games as part of the Boston College Pom Squad and performs as a member of the Dance Organization of Boston College. She also teaches spin classes at the campus gym and contributes to the BC branch of Her Campus. Corinne loves the beach, all things chocolate, and is unashamed of her love for Young Adult Fiction. You can follow her on Twitter at @cesullivan14. 
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