Cougar Questions: What would you change about BYU?

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Kristen Blair, English, Provo
Kristen Blair, English, Provo

“Maybe just some of the cultural things, but I think that’s within everyone’s power to change.”

Baylee Kerr, Elementary education, Alpine
Baylee Kerr, Elementary education, Alpine

“They should let you be able to do more intramural. I didn’t get to sign up in time for flag football, so they should have more flag football teams.”

Jessica Van Alfen,  Human development, Las Vegas, Nevada
Jessica Van Alfen,  Human development, Las Vegas, Nevada

“I wish there was spring break.”

Scott Marrott, Neuroscience, St. Louis, Missouri
Scott Marrott, Neuroscience, St. Louis, Missouri

“Probably the beard thing. Not because I wanna grow a beard, but I’m tired of hearing people complain about wanting to have a beard.”

Christopher Walquist, Economics, Mapleton
Christopher Walquist, Economics, Mapleton

“I would like an open dialogue for different ideas. I feel like there is a feeling that because we are all members of the Church that we should agree on everything and if you disagree politically that that’s bad or something, but I think that a good discussion is good.”

Naomi Hutchins, Athletic training, Gales Ferry,  Connecticut
Naomi Hutchins, Athletic training, Gales Ferry,  Connecticut

“I want men to be able to grow beards.”

Koa Fisher, Math, Orem
Koa Fisher, Math, Orem

“I would like to have more of a break for winter semester.”

Brittany Suaava, Athletic training, Anchorage, Alaska
Brittany Suaava, Athletic training, Anchorage, Alaska

“I would love it if BYU had a physician assistant program. And I don’t know about a spring break, but I would like a day in spring to have fun and have to ourselves.”

Tyler Hatch, Music Dance Theatre, Roosevelt, Utah
Tyler Hatch, Music Dance Theatre, Roosevelt, Utah

“I would change the policy about bikes and other alternative forms of transportation on campus between classes, because it would speed things up. I am typically rushing from one side of campus to the other, and being allowed to ride a bike or scooter between classes would speed things up.”

Joe Chochran, Master's in accounting, Fort Collins, Colorado
Joe Chochran, Master’s in accounting, Fort Collins, Colorado

“I hate first-come, first-serve at sporting events. I remember when it wasn’t like that. Basketball I am ok with, but football just eats me alive. They moved our section to worse seats. I wish it was back to good seats and not just first-come, first-serve, because I don’t want to camp out all Saturday just to go to a football game.”

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