one of my absolute favorite artists is Kendrick Lamar. his songs address critical real-world issues in an eloquent, yet unapologetically honest way. his writing rightfully earned him the 1,197 more words
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Provo, UT— Spirits were somber today at BYU campus as the last known man-bun still lurking around BYU campus was ceremonially chopped off. Tears ran down the victim’s cheeks as he saw the remnants of his man-bun laying lifeless on the ground below him. 91 more words
Want to learn how to index?!
Today, August 6th at 7 PM: Virtual Indexing Class hosted by the BYU Family History Library via Zoom.
This class will include an overview of FamilySearch Indexing, followed by instruction on how to index in foreign languages, focusing on French, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese. 248 more words
I graduated from BYU in 2008, and reflecting upon the students who attended, most of them reminded me of myself. Most students were typical Latter-day Saint youth who came to the school because they wanted to prepare themselves for the workforce in an environment that encouraged gospel living. 973 more words
Joanna Brooks’ Mormonism and White Supremacy: American Religion and the Problem of Racial Innocence (Oxford University Press, 2020) has given me new ways to think about Steven Epperson’s review of McConkie’s and Millet’s book 827 more words