Introducing the “NYU’s Most Eligible Bachelor(ette)” Series: Sara Pessa

NYU is full of stunningly attractive, single, and desperately horny students. You are probably one of them. Valentine’s day is just around the corner and you don’t want to be the only guy or girl not holding a little white bear with a heart on its stomach. For this purpose, we have created the “NYU’s Most Eligible Bachelor(ette)” series. Sit back, relax, and check out our first lonely individual.

Sara Pessa
Age: 19
Class: 2012
School: Tisch
Major: Theatre, BFA
Hometown: Cromwell, CT
height: 5’6″
Eyes: brown
Hair: brown with little blonde heights
Sexuality: Straight

Despite having two fractured toes, Sara Pessa is quite the little daredevil. Aside from running and jumping frantically, she enjoys being a theatre major in the Atlantic Studio on the Tisch School of the Arts. On any given day you can find her breathing heavily and loudly at Yoga To The People or munching on some vegetarian specials in the Hayden Dining Hall. If you like organic baked goods, she’s your girl. Sara has been working at an extremely over-priced bakery for the past two years (rich?). However, the baking industry is only temporary for Sara because she aspires to one day be a famous actress like Hilary Duff. Her favorite TV show is admittedly Gossip Girl but she only watches it ironically (hipster?). As of right now she is single and looking for a man that can make her happy. Her turn offs include CAS students and body odor. If you think you have what it takes, check her out on Facebook; if you really took the time to get to know her you could probably find one or two redeeming qualities. She requests that you send all romantic inquiries to sara.pessa@gmail.com.

Well, that’s it for this weeks episode of NYU’s Most Eligible Bachelor(ette). If you are a single male or female at NYU, email caitraft@nyu.edu to be featured next week.

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