Over the next few weeks, and in no particular order, The Ink will be taking you on a journey down Prospect Ave., colloquially known as The Street . Check back for 21Qs with all eleven eating club presidents.
TERRACE PRESIDENT DIMITRIS PAPACONSTANTINOU HATES SHOWERS, LOVES HAIR DYE, LOATHES 2-YEAR OLD BUFFOONS, AND SWEARS BY TERRACE 4TH COURSE.
Name: Dimitris Papaconstantinou
Hometown: Athens, Greece
Club and Residential College Affiliation: Terrace F. Club; Rockefeller
What did you do this past summer? Worked at a law-firm in Singapore, visited Greece and helped renovate TFC.
Who’s your favorite Princetonian, living or dead, real or fictional? At tie between Jeff Nunokawa and Kwame Appiah (and Stanley Jordan).
What’s the best meal you’ve eaten in Princeton? Every meal at Terrace is like a blissful melody to my stomach. (Thanks Olin. Thanks Ben. Thanks 4th Course)
In one sentence, what do you actually do all day? Everything every other college student does, always grateful for the amazing people I get to interact with, sharing in Food and Love and appreciation for our shared mother.
Favorite spot in Terrace. The newly remade pool-room (also known as the Willard Room).
What club did you think you’d be in as a freshman and why? Terrace, because it was the only place on campus that felt like home.
What is your greatest guilty pleasure? P. Adams Sitney.
If you could change one thing about Princeton, what would it be? More people with green, pink, blue and orange hair. (Yes, I just read Joshua Katz’s article and I love it).
What’s hanging above your desk and/or bed? Curtains.
What is your biggest fear? Any and all fundamentalists.
Favorite class you’ve taken? I’d have to say my junior seminar on Freedom and Responsibility.
What’s your drink? Masticha. Good Greek drink.
What’s your personal anthem? Hard Rock Hallelujah by Lordi. Quality stuff right there.
Who is your mortal enemy? Showers.