Meet hillary: a byu grad student
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So we just ran into my friend Hillary in the quad. Here. So you're you're a grad student, right? What was your bachelor here? Uh, geography, Geology. Why did you choose me? Why, you, uh, the first time in the second, The first time. It's just because that's where I wanted to go to California. I'm just a good school is really excited to come. Well, actually, first I've got a rejection letter before Even applied. I don't know how that happened, and I call them like, we don't know and so that was kind of funny, but I got in so that in came graduated four years laughter men. So you do work here full time? I am a full time and well, yeah. How would you describe, like the activate climate for the master's program for the master's program. I mean, executive program is a little different grow full time employees but actually really, really love that because there's a lot of diversity on campus. I do have a lot of friends who in the MP, a program underground. It's just a different time of life, like they're really excited. I mean, I didn't really know what to expect about grad school, and it's been great. So that's nice and talk to my friends who are gifted Masters and other places. What's your favorite thing about you? Well, right now it's this weather that's my favorite. I think it's, uh, I think it's a mission statement that try to help people learning growth and Gospels in alliance. That's that's really great because I didn't really appreciate it as a photograph. I was like, Why are you telling me to find my derivative of my testimony, and I don't know what derivative means and what's okay, but it's great. I'm glad I don't have to worry about, like, people binge drinking all the time. It's just the social climate, right? That's really fun. The location is pretty sweet because you could go down any time. What is your least everything about? You? Uh, be honest. Honestly, I think it's the it's different coming from somewhere. The and realizing that there's this, like Mormon culture, and I think a lot of people get really stressed out about They have to fit into what they think is the stereotypical Mormon culture. If everyone were just to be like straight up them as they come, everyone feel like a lot better and just not as not as stress to be perfect And because we're not perfect. That's the great thing is you told him that while you're here, so I think it was just the I don't like that everyone has I don't like that. Everyone thinks that you have to be a certain way to be here and that they're still everyone's continuing that pattern by just still thinking that when really, it's like, No, you don't have to, you know, It makes sense. Thank you, E. Anything to say about you, okay.