People of BYU-I: Julia and Kristen, Nicole, Jaycee, and Dylan and Andrew

KATE LEONARD | Scroll Photography

KATE LEONARD | Scroll Photography

Q: Why did you guys want to do nursing?

Julia: It is a long story.

Kristen: A really long story.

Q: Did you guys just happen upon it?

Kristen: I just chose it in middle school, and it ended up working out for me, and I really like it.

Julia: I thought I was going to be an elementary school teacher for a long time, and then in my senior year, I worked as a CNA to help this lady who had a stroke. And I got up here and hated elementary education, and I was like, “I liked taking care of that lady,” so now I am a nursing major.

—Kristen Hiatt, Sophomore, Nursing (left)

—Julia Bowles, Sophomore, Nursing (right)


SHAYLA DAVIS | Scroll Photography

SHAYLA DAVIS | Scroll Photography

Q: What do you like to do for fun here in Rexburg?

A: Anything outside, that’s why I love Idaho so much, because we have so many opportunities to do stuff outdoors.

—Nicole Andrew, Senior, Communication


FIORELLA GUILLEN | Scroll Photography

FIORELLA GUILLEN | Scroll Photography

Q: What is the most important lesson that you’ve learned throughout your life?

A: Hard work. My dad always had us out working with him in the yard on any project he had. If we complained, too bad. We had to keep going. But that really helped me a lot because, now that I’m not with my dad anymore and I’m off on my own, I’m still able to keep that work ethic.

—Jacee Clayton, Junior, Child Development


ELISE WALLIS | Scroll Photography

ELISE WALLIS | Scroll Photography

Q: How long have you known each other?

A: Ever since we were little kids. We went to primary together. We were in the same primary class while growing up.

—Dylan Ware, Sophomore, Art (left)

—Andrew Anderson, Junior, Agricultural Economics (right)

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