About Kevin Hahn
Kevin Hahn is currently a senior at Quincy University. He is a political science major with a minor in English Literature, two of the most marketable and practical fields of study.
Kevin Hahn was born to a loving family in the joyous month of May in the year of our lord nineteen hundred and ninety. Over the past 21 years, he has lived an exceeding dull and boorish life, until one fateful day. On this particularly dark and dreary day as Kevin was strolling down the lane, he came upon an old weary traveller. This strange old man collapsed right in front of Kevin, and he had no idea what to do. As the old man lay there and Kevin leaned over the odd stranger, it was obvious the traveler was not long for the world.
The old man told Kevin of the darkness that was descending on the land and that he would be called upon to help wrestle the land from the clutches of this evil force. Kevin thus embarked upon a quest on the scale of no other story ever told by man. His exploits were of such magnificence that they would only be distorted and dishonored if retold. Pretty much it was cooler than any “Star Wars” or “Lord of the Rings” movies put together. After many long months of adventure, intrigue and eventual betrayal, he vanquished the evil insipid darkness.
In his free time, he enjoys reading, discussing obscure pop culture, and listening to cassette tapes while driving his early ‘90s automobile. He is also HUGE nerd and will try to cover that up from time to time by discussing the weather or asking if you know people he went to high school with who you might have the is the most minuscule chance of knowing. He will usually start of the question by saying, “I know this is a shot in the dark but do you know…” If you want to avoid that or avoid having him ask you about your hometown tell him: how much you like the fourth season of “The West Wing;” ask his thoughts on Joss Whedon; talk about books that you have read lately; or tell Kevin about a cool YouTube video. He is also pretty tall, but if you see him, don’t ask him if he plays basketball. He doesn’t. (It isn’t a sore subject; It’s just the kind of thing people ask him a lot.)