Shift: Tuesdays at 7 p.m.
Your major: Media Studies & Journalism
Your hometown: Sandy
Where do you live now? Midvale
What are you passionate about? Music is my passion. Music allows me to become in tune with my emotions and connect with people that come from all walks of life. Whether it’s listening to it, playing an instrument, or attending a concert, music will always have a special place in my heart.
What is your favorite class (or classes) at SLCC? One of my favorite classes at SLCC was Anthropology. Learning about cultures throughout the world and how different us westerners are, has been intriguing, to say the least.
Which actor/actress would play you in your life movie? Emma Stone. She’s spunky, she’s sweet, and everyone says she looks nothing like me.
Where do you see yourself in five years? Out of student debt?
If you could have a superpower, what would it be? If I could have any superpower it would the ability to transport anywhere at any time. Not only would it have some sweet traveling perks, but I would never be late again! Actually, who am I kidding, I’d probably still be late.
Something about you that other people would be surprised to know: I traveled quite a bit as a kid. I’ve been to Hawaii, Costa Rica, Jamaica, Mexico, Amsterdam, and the list goes on.
Favorite musicians and/or artists: My all-time favorite band is Sublime. But, on my Spotify playlists, you can find just about every type of music genre. Yes, even country and classical. However, you will find reggae, hip-hop, and EDM as my current heavy rotation.
Favorite TV shows and/or movies: My all-time favorite movie is The Fifth Element. “Mul-ti-pass!”
Favorite sports or sports teams: Honestly, I have no favorite team in any sport and I go with the flow. But, I always root for any Utes College game.
Favorite food: I can totally grub on a good sandwich, as long as the bread is soft!
What’s your favorite place to eat? Mo’Bettahs is life.
What was your favorite cereal as a kid? As a kid?! I will love cinnamon toast crunch forever and always, or at least until I can no longer lift a spoon. Any adult who says that they don’t like cereal anymore is lying!