BNOC of the year: Group One
You’ve probably heard of them
After opening BNOC of the year nominations last week we were flooded with replies – from Pi Media to Pole Fitness, we asked and you delivered. Now it’s time to vote through the biggest names to see who will take Adam Robertson’s coveted crown in the finals.
This second year Geographer is by all accounts a big name in Geog Soc and huge in Hockey where he’s fixtures sec and on the first team – he’s sweating on the rainbow dancefloor every Wednesday without fail. During exam season you’ll have been jealous of him taking control of his territory in the Scandinavian section of the library, or chilling on the portico steps eating his home made thai green curry. Oh yeah, and he was the cover photo for Your Mum’s House.
With a name that no one can pronounce, this girl is unstoppable. Next year’s Women’s Rubgy Social Sec is a legend on the Loop scene, with her incredible fashion sense and is often forced into romantic liaisons as a result of team mate abandonment. Marj is single-handily improving inter club relations with RUMS Rugby and is a big fan of brushing her teeth. Her unique “running” style, top quality banter and outstanding gig attendance all make this Ancient World fresher a top contender.
When Lovis – a.k.a. everyone’s favourite German – isn’t performing on stage or ranting about films he hates he can be seen turning naïve freshers into followers. The Lovis cult is something rapidly growing around UCL and it wouldn’t be too far fetched to say he could very well be the next Daniel Bruhl.
Since taking a break from his studies to become a full-time BNOC earlier this year, Callum Logan has mainly been found scoffing burgers in Loop, dazzling his teammates on the UCL 4th football team, and attending an improbable number of parties considering his penchant for bed, Netflix and entire boxes of Cookie Crisp. This libidinous lothario seems to know pretty much everyone on campus – if you are anything to do with lacrosse, football, history, law (his actual degree), geography, or indeed most subjects at UCL you are sure to recognise his smiling, cheeky mug.