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21 F Cambridge, MA

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5′ 3″ (1.60m)
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Mostly vegetarian
Working on university
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English, French (Okay)

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My self-summary
One time a guy asked me on our first date if I was sure that kissing on the first date was a bad idea, and I told him that my sample size was too small for me to be sure.
What I’m doing with my life
I just finished my junior year of college. I'm studying American education research and policy, and I'll be spending most of my summer working part-time for an education research project and doing research for my thesis, which will (hopefully) be a quantitative evaluation of recent changes in teacher labor policy.

I'm addicted to exercise, and I also enjoy making music (on oboe, piano, and/or voice), writing, cooking/baking, going for walks, and reading.
I’m really good at
Cookies, peach pies, butternut squash ravioli, and most things that involve chocolate, caramel, and/or mascarpone.

(Seriously, I've been working on my chocolate-chip cookie recipe since I was in elementary school. It's gotten quite good.)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: I recently read The Art of Fielding and loved it. My absolute favorite novel is Marjorie Morningstar. Other stand-outs for me in the fiction realm are A Prayer for Owen Meany and anything by John Green, Philip Roth, or Milan Kundera. Non-fiction favorites include The Price of Inequality, Freefall, and Being Wrong--stay tuned for whether Capital in the Twenty-First Century gets added to this list. (As a side note, I count social science research articles as pleasure reading, and I like finding interesting articles about education, health, and environmental science, as well as other random topics like how language structure impacts savings behavior.)

Movies: The Breakfast Club.

Music: I will listen to pretty much anything if it comes recommended. My music library is a combination of folk artists no one except my parents and my siblings have heard of, a couple musicals, some classical and choral music, and whatever friends have given me on mix CDs. Recent favorites include Sara Bareilles, Mark & James, The Lumineers, and Steve Moakler.

Food: I like things with surprising combinations of flavors; I'm a big fan of dishes that mix sweet and savory tastes (read: I really enjoy putting fruit in non-fruit salads). I'm pretty much always happy with Chinese, Japanese, Indian, or Thai food...and most of the things I cook for myself.
The six things I could never do without
Family, friends, music, exercise, chocolate, tea.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Education, politics, economics, grammar, the limits of human perception, what I'm going to do when I graduate, how to ask people on friend-dates, and how to make food more interesting.
On a typical Friday night I am
Hanging out with a few friends, which more often than not also involves baking. Or, if I can't find anyone to hang out with: watching Netflix, doing reading for a class, pretending to do reading for a class while really watching Netflix, baking by myself, or sleeping. This is a non-exhaustive list, which leads me to believe that I don't actually have a typical Friday night.
I’m looking for
  • Guys who like girls
  • Ages 21–25
  • Near me
  • For new friends, short-term dating
You should message me if
You enjoy going to orchestra concerts, you read xkcd, you like pillow talk about politics and psychology, you have a long list of things that would be true about your ideal education system and you want to hear mine, or you've read (and loved) a John Green novel.

Or if you just want to say hello. That works too.