Assistant professor of Art History.
He's engaging and passionate about the subject, young, and witty to boot. Many women find him attractive and I don't disagree there. (I thought he was a student the first day of class.) He has great assignments too, always interesting and fun. Some people think he's arrogant, but I disagree, or at least if he is I've always found it charming. 220.127.116.11 22:44, 25 April 2007 (EDT)
He's got this straight-outta-Manhattan Art-History-Ph.D. art snob look to him....except that it's completely justified considering the fact that he just wrote a manifesto which was accepted at some sort of respectable international architecture journal and will be published in Switzerland later this year. Congrats bro!