Q & A with Josh Van Weezep
This archived article was written by: Jaleni Neely
Q – What is your biggest self-doubt?
A – My biggest self doubt is that I won’t work hard enough to reach my potential.
Q – What’s one thing about you that gets on your parents’ nerves?
A – I always bug and tease my sisters.
Q – What’s one character trait in others that you just can’t overlook?
A – Greed. I hate when people are greedy and take advantage of people.
Q – What are some of your goals in life?
A -To have a happy family /successful career.
Q – What are some things that distract you from your goals?
A – Watching tv, basically just being lazy. Putting sleep and sitting around ahead of working on what I need to work on.
Q – What aspects of your reputation is least deserved? Most deserved?
A – Probably my reputation of being too nice is least deserved. I criticize a lot. My most deserved is probably being a good student. I put time into learning and getting good grades.
Q – If money were no object, what would you do for a living?
A – I would play basketball. I love the game.
Q – What is the biggest change you’ve ever implemented in your life?
A – I think the biggest change is trying to put others first. I learned that on my LDS (Mormon) mission in Panama in Central America.
Q – If there was one thing you could change about USU Eastern, what would it be?
A – More students, more money for the athletic programs and better food in the cafe. It’s good, but you get sick of it.
Q – Far as your life goes, what are your plans after getting your education at USU Eastern?
A – I plan to go on playing basketball, start to study medicine, and maybe get married and have a family.