Ari Stern: Ari Stern is a senior at Boston University. He was born in the wake of the Great Molasses Flood of 1919 in Narberth, Pennsylvania. Many said he’d never surpass the comedic stylings of Anne Hutchinson or John Muir, but oh how he did! While attending the Perkins School for the Blind, Ari used his popularity (afforded by his eyesight) to organize AND WIN a talent show, thus proving how funny he is. He also won BU’s Funniest Student Viewers’ Choice in 2010 and still talks about it. Trying to get a leg up in the 21st century, Ari decided to take on the world’s problems and pursue a BA/MA degree in Environmental Analysis and Policy/Energy and Environmental Analysis at BU. He no longer spends his Saturday nights alone because last June he joined ImprovBoston’s Face Off.
Ian Blau: Ian Blau is a sophomore at Boston University. He grew up on an old plantation farm in Virginia that was converted into a massive heap of suburban sprawl in the sixties. He hopes to one-day work in film or television, but will likely work in sales or as a receptionist. His favorite sport is basketball. Deep down, Ian wants to become President, but he knows his cloudy past will ruin any future political aspirations. Ian’s cable provider in Virginia was called “Cox,” in eighth grade he would laugh about that. Ian also loves when people read over his shoulder and correct his grammar. He knows Ms. UNIVERSE 2012.
Delaney Moghanian: Delaney Moghanian is a junior at Boston University. She hails from San Diego, California. She is majoring in Political Science and Film and Television. She likes music, cats, and concise biographies.
Jasper Craven: Jasper Craven is a sophomore at Boston University. He comes from the rolling green hills of Vermont. When Jasper was six, a mountain lion gave him his first knife, which he then used to kill the mountain lion. Craven extracted the fat from the lion and crafted a lard candle, which still lies next to his bed to this day, eternally burning. He is double-majoring in Journalism and Political Science, and is also double-minoring in canine ethics and “His Story.” When not cooking, Jasper can be seen eating. Jasper hopes one day to be a journalist at the New York Times, so he can sample the Pulitzer-Prize winning clam chowder in the office cafetorium.
Ross Huston: Ross Huston is a sophomore at Boston University. He was born and raised in Kokomo, Indiana. Since then, he has had an everlasting affinity for The Beach Boys, although he prefers Billy Joel. He is a proud member of Liquid Fun, invents yogurt-based desserts, and has been known to carry around a tennis ball. If you propose a game of catch, he probably won’t refuse; if you flat out propose, he probably will. Penguins are his favorite animal, and he won his Liquid Fun shirt for saying so. Free speech, everybody.
WE HAVE A LOT MORE MEMBERS, BUT THESE ARE THE ONLY ONES WHO WROTE BIOS.