28, Stanford, CA
I was born and raised in Minnesota. As a result, I have difficulty pronouncing the word 'flag,' I am impervious to cold, and I am great at driving in the snow. I did my undergrad at Notre Dame, where I studied economics and math. Now I'm at Stanford working on my Ph.D. in Economics. Classes and studying don't leave me a lot of free time, but when I do get some, I like to spend it by relaxing with friends, having a good time, and making memories. I'm a very motivated and hard-working person, but at the same time, I like to have fun, and I try not to take life too seriously. I'd love to meet someone who is cute, funny, smart, and whose Catholic faith is important to them.
Other fun facts about myself:
- I think they should change the National Anthem to "Don't Stop Believin'." While this may sound ridiculous at first, I can make some convincing arguments.
- I have a pretty sweet vinyl collection.
- I've never understood why people insist that you can't compare apples to oranges. I like apples way more than I like oranges.