Q: What is most important to you?
“I love to love and to feel loved. That seems cheesy I know, but when I think of the amount of love I have in my life, I try to imagine my life without it, and I just can’t. I was adopted when I was born by two of the best parents anyone could hope to have. Even though I know that my love for my parents is unconditional, my love and respect for my birth mom is unconditional because she gave me a chance to be the person I am today: a future missionary, a daughter, a sister and a friend.”
Carolyn Bean, Healthcare Administration, Junior
Q: What was your spring break like?
“My family decided to take a little vacation down to San Diego to get some R and R! We hit up the beach, and like they say, ‘Life’s just a beach, and I’m playing in the sand!’ We had a pretty solid time just catching some rays and soaking up the sun. We were there for the whole week, so we got to see a ton of the town. Everything from Sea World to Disney. Really got me ready for the semester.”
Adam Rahman, Finance, Sophomore
Q: What is your goal in life?
“Ultimately, my main goal in life is to be happy. I just got married, so it’s pretty awesome starting a family and just trying to center my life on teachings of Christ so that I can have that happiness but also to find things that I enjoy doing. I’m just trying to do things that make me happy, help me grow. And speaking Spanish. I love speaking Spanish and spoke it on my mission.”
Allyson Blackwell, Marriage and Family, Freshman
Q: How come you chose sociology?
“I decided to do it for the police and FBI aspect.”
Is there a certain field type that you wanted to enter?
“I really don’t mind which field. Being on the mission really made me want to enter the FBI.”
Oh, really? How come, and where did you serve?
“Chicago. And I was arrested on my mission for tracting.”
-Brady Bird, Senior, Sociology