There’s no question that in four-plus years BYU graduates have accomplished a lot. The educational value of some of their activities, however, could be debated.

Mint brownies consumed: 158

Shane H. Larsen (BS ’07), Draper, Utah, Mechanical Engineering Master’s and MBA

All-nighters pulled: 75

Brittany N. Sweeney (’10), Turlock, Calif., Humanities

Calories burned on the rb stairs: 330,000

Amy E. Nagle (’10), Southington, Conn., Exercise Science

Testing center tests taken: 147

Jonathan D. Laudie (’10), Pleasant Grove, Utah, Finance

Intramural games played: not enough to win a t-shirt

R. Tyler Lemmon (’10), Glendora, Calif., Finance

Money spent on first dates that did not yield second dates: $1,184.67

Marcus A. Nelson (’10), Las Vegas, Political Science

Words written: 120,000

Kaylee Holyoak Larsen (’10), Cortland, Ill., Leisure Service Management

Amount spent in vending machines: $300

Gayle R. Larsen (’10), Rexburg, Idaho, Dietetics

Roommates lived with: 16

Lisa K. Lee (’10), Fair Oaks, Calif., Marriage, Family, and Human Development

Pounds of books carried: 13,500

Matthew C. Neuenswander (’10), Columbus, Ohio, Accounting

DTRs (“define the relationship” conversations) had: 22

Travis C. Lott (’10), Torrington, Conn., Construction Management

More Articles

Feature

BYU Mint Brownies

Finally, cravings for these cool treats can be satisfied straight from your own kitchen.

Share this article:

To use more share options on your device, please scan the same QR code and open the link in the latest version of Chrome or Safari