Q: Why did you choose this word to represent another part of you?
JD: "I chose the word entrepreneur because that is the career path I’ve started to travel down. It is a big part of my life and I hope to carry that mindset with me through many years."
Q: What stereotypes do you experience and want broken down, as a student athlete?
JD: "I experience people thinking athletes aren’t the brightest or the most creative students but I’ve seen many teammates go on to have great jobs and excel in many parts of life."
Q: Why did you choose this word to represent another part of you?
BJ: "I chose innovator because I feel I am a person that likes to push the envelope and experiment with new ways to do things. I like to find more efficient ways of doing my daily routine, and sort of experiment with what I do."
Q: What stereotypes do you experience and want broken down, as a student-athlete?
BJ: "I think that a lot of people may think that student athletes are here solely because of sports and that they often aren’t as smart because of it. We’re all here for a main priority of academics. Sports were just part of what attracted us. We all put studies first just like every other student here."
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