February Bachelor and Bachelorette
Evan O’Neill ’12
If you’re looking for a guy that has it all—dashing good looks, a great sense of humor, intelligence and politeness and respect that any parent could approve of—look no further than the Hill’s own Evan O’Neill.
Evan, a senior originally hailing from Greenwich, Conn., is a dedicated member of the Frisbee team and is also exceptional at tennis. He is a double major in psychology and music and hopes to pursue a career in music therapy after he graduates from the College in May. He is a man of many talents—he plays the piano and can tell you anything you ever need to know about music.
This dark and handsome senior has a deep side as well. Don’t be fooled by his sarcasm—he has a big heart and is possibly the nicest guy on campus. And he’ll always make you feel safe: when a tire of the van he was driving to a Frisbee tournament fell off on the highway, his quick thinking helped avoid a major car crash. Ladies, your knight in shining armor has arrived.
This May baby is a Taurus, so you can be sure that Evan is the epitome of a patient, persistent and warmhearted man. But with graduation looming, the ladies out there have to act fast because Evan certainly won’t be around for long.
After he leaves the Hill, Evan has epic plans to travel around Europe throughout the summer and continue the adventure he began when he studied abroad in Stockholm, Sweden last fall.
If any of this has caught your interest—and be honest, it has—swing by Heights and this delectable senior might just be yours.
-Written by Lindsay Putnam and Charlotte Veazie
Rachel Goff ’12
No one pulls off sparkles and flannel quite like Miss Rachel Goff, a senior and outdoor enthusiast from Glastonbury, Conn. She enjoys the sarcasm of Tina Fey, the rhythms of positive hip-hop music (De La Soul), husky puppies, PostSecret, pancakes, bright colors, reading, road trips and dreams.
Gentlemen, this lady is a poet. She sees the humor and beauty in the everyday, and she can write up a storm, but look too long into her darling blue eyes and you may be swept off your feet.
For the past two summers, this English and creative writing major worked a section of the Appalachian trail in the Berkshires and wants to hike the whole thing after graduation. So yeah, nature and solitude is kind of her thing, but there’s room for two in a tent if you’re willing to get cozy.
“Well, it’s technically a one person tent,” she said of her summer habitat, “but two people could fit...if they were spooning.”
Rachel’s looking for a bearded boy who can give great back massages and loves being outdoors as much as she does. So boys—men, rather—if you think you’re up-to-scruff and you really want to woo this natural beauty, hike out to the nearest Beyoncé concert, pack a picnic of veggie burritos and artisan beer, and profess that you’re smitten with some lines of your original poetry right meow.
Favorite song: “No Diggity” by Black Street
Dream job: back-up singer
Alternate dream job: back-up dancer
Faculty crush: Jed Wartman
-Written by Allison Ehrenreich