I'm into skiing, computers, video games, etc. I'm a ski patroller at Mt. Brighton (which is now epic, in case you haven't heard). I've been on patrol there for 7 years (I think) and was a junior patroller for 2 years before that. Now, I run the junior patrol, along with my mother, who also patrols.
As far as video games are concerned, The Elder Scrolls can't be beat -- and shame on anybody who says otherwise. Coincidentally, that series -- specifically Morrowind -- was what started me down the road to computer science.
I used to have a student job -- the best student job, in my opinion. I'm a bus driver for the University of Michigan. My pardons if I've shouted or honked at you in the past; I have no patience for people that don't follow the rules of the road and abide by common courtesy and common sense when using the bus system -- yes you do have to pull the cord EVERY TIME you want to get off, and opening the back door locks the brakes and takes a long time to close, so it's horribly offensive to walk PAST the front door and board at the back because you are scared of bus drivers or some such nonsense. (That was quite the rant).
Also, I live in a student housing co-op. Great place to live, if you can handle it. It's cheap and comfortable. We have to do our own work of course, but spread out across 160 people, it isn't as much as you might think -- my chore is to keep the house internet running (or be sacrificed to the internet gods should it fail, I'm told by my loving house mates).
If I think of anything else, I may or may not put it up here. I don't know.
Also, as for what I'm looking for: I'm not super picky. The most important (or at least the thing that I am really interested in) is finding somebody who enjoys being with me. More specifically: somebody who would want to spend time together even if if means just sitting around doing homework, going to the grocery store, running errands, whatever. I'm not saying we have to do EVERYTHING together, more that we enjoy each other enough that doing even mundane things together is enjoyable. Also, that's not to say that we wouldn't do fun things too -- really, I just want somebody who wants to spend time, share their experiences, thoughts, emotions, etc with me. My previous girlfriend only wanted to spend a few hours together every week (and later on every 2-3 weeks). That won't work for me.