Campus Life

BYU’s Twenty-fourth Annual Hunger Banquet

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on Mar 14, 2014

The first day of March brought the Wilkinson Center ballroom to life as host of Brigham Young University’s Twenty-fourth Annual Hunger Banquet. Presented to all of Provo by the...

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Features

Devotional: Lawrence C. Walters

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on Apr 3, 2014

Lawrence C. Walters, professor in the Marriott School of Business, delivered the devotional address on the first of April without a single April Fool’s Day joke, instead focusing...

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Arts & Entertainment

It’s Rather…Nice // June Playlist

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on Jun 9, 2014

This month has been pretty crazy for me, aka I haven’t had that much time to place towards finding new music. The product of the situation? A playlist loaded with throwbacks. In...

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Religion

Atomic Bomb

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on May 5, 2014

Many beliefs and practices of early Mormonism such as polygamy, theo-democracy, the Order of Enoch, and the hope for Zion were profoundly counter-cultural and critical of aspects...

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Recent Posts

It’s Rather…Nice // June Playlist

It’s Rather…Nice // June Playlist

Jun 9, 2014

This month has been pretty crazy for me, aka I haven’t had that much time to place towards finding new music. The product of the situation? A playlist loaded with throwbacks. In actuality, it’s rather refreshing to just sit back and spend your listening time on artists that you know you used to love: “exes,” so to speak. Those old feelings come back easy and...

Unfamiliar Accents // May Playlist

Unfamiliar Accents // May Playlist

May 2, 2014

Here is our May playlist, Unfamiliar Accents. Because sometimes, we can find new favorites in even newer places.  Take a listen and enjoy. Track List 1. “Primadonna” (Skogsgrå Mix) by Goldbass 2. “Can’t Get Enough” (Sam Padrul Mix) by Yeah Boy 3. “Sunlight Bathed the Golden Glow” by Felt 4. “In My Dreams...

BYU Professors Meet with Atheists for Panel Discussion

BYU Professors Meet with Atheists for Panel Discussion

Apr 18, 2014

Two professors of church history and doctrine at Brigham Young University met with two atheist advocates on Wednesday in a panel discussion aimed at dispelling myths and stereotypes of Mormons and atheists. The panel discussion, held at the downtown branch of the Salt Lake public library, acted as a precursor for the national convention of American Atheists,...

Intrigue

  “Alright, babe, I love you too.” She hung up with a smile lingering on her face. It had been nineteen months since he first said those three words, yet it still made her tummy turn with butterflies nearly every time. The amazing thing was she believed him. Every part of her trusted him completely – his judgment, his advice, his words. He had...