People of BYU-I: Patrice, Emma and Emily


FIORELLA GUILLEN | Scroll Photography

FIORELLA GUILLEN | Scroll Photography


Q: “Do you have any funny date experiences?”

“I had a horrible date experience. I got set up on a blind date with a guy who was passing through town. This was my senior year of high school. So he comes to pick me up, and he was like ‘So where do you want to go? Either Boondocks or a movie.’ I said Boondocks because who wants to go to a movie on a first date, or any date for that matter, unless you actually know each other well? So we decide Boondocks, and he asks me, ‘Where do we go?’ and I’m like ‘What? You’re taking me on a date. You need to know where you’re going!’ So basically, the whole time he was being sarcastic. When we were on the way back home he said, ‘On Sunday, I saw you checking me out.’ And he was being really awkward and a jerk.”

—Patrice Garrigues, Freshman, Music


KATE LEONARD | Scroll Photography

Q: “Are you interested in [psychology]?”

“No. I am interested in biology. My major is plant and wildlife. I have always liked plants and animals. I have always enjoyed them.”

Q: “What is your favorite animal?”

“Probably the American Kestrel. It is a raptor. It is the smallest one. The boy and girl have different colors.”

—Emma Lowry, Freshman, Plant and Wildlife Ecology

HAILEY THOMAS | Scroll Photography

HAILEY THOMAS | Scroll Photography

Q: “Were your family converts?”

“I grew up in the Church, and my mom was a member and my dad was Catholic. So when I was fifteen, my sister went on a mission, and then my dad and mom went over to Italy where she served, and she gave my dad the discussions for the millionth time because he’s had them like a ton. And he said ‘Yes’ to baptism. So then he got baptized when I was fifteen, and then we got sealed a year later.”

—Emily Hashey, Sophomore, Child Development

'People of BYU-I: Patrice, Emma and Emily' has no comments

Be the first to comment this post!

Would you like to share your thoughts?

Your email address will not be published.

Copyright 2015 BYU-I Scroll