People of BYU-I: Abish, Jessica, John and Kayla

MEGAN HOYT | Scroll Photography

MEGAN HOYT | Scroll Photography

Q: “What is the most impactful experience you have had?”

“My dad was in the Air Force, so growing up, we moved around every 2 or 3 years, and it was an impactful experience because of the way it affected my family. We became closer because of that. We lived in Germany, in Guam, in Spain, in all these places that you’re far away from extended family, so your immediate family is all that you have. I think that had a huge impact on how our family developed, and that impacted my entire life.”

—Abish Curtis, Senior, Child Development


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Q: “How do you like Idaho and Idaho’s weather?”

“It is really dry! One thing everyone complains about when they come to where I live is that it’s so humid; I mean 80% humidity is the norm there. And I think the first time I came to Idaho I tried singing in church and I think all that came out was a squeak.”

—Jessica Kent, Junior, Biochemistry

IAN YOUNG | Scroll Photography

IAN YOUNG | Scroll Photography

Q: “How did you meet?”

JOHN: “We met back home in our singles ward in California. At first, I was scared to talk to her. One day, we played ultimate Frisbee in the gym, and I knocked her over, she fell on the floor and I made her cry. We started talking after that … 19 months later, and we’re still together.”

—Kayla Brunner, Sophomore, Exercise Physiology. John Pachner, Sophomore, Exercise Physiology.

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