Lauren Leininger came to BYU with the hope of being surrounded by friends who shared her same values and beliefs. Instead, Leininger, from Texas, privately struggled with a hidden problem as she worked through her courses: anxiety.
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The auditorium in the JKB fills with people, and the buzz of their conversations fill the room. It’s the day every BYU student taking a Book of Mormon class dreads — the Isaiah chapters. These chapters confuse or bore most students, but not the students in Hank Smith’s Book of Mormon class.
Students’ newsfeeds are often flooded with pictures of weddings at the end of each semester at BYU. For busy students, the breaks between semesters seem like the best time to have a wedding because it’s the only vacation they have. However, some students decide to get married in the middle of the semester despite the fact that school is still in session.
The recent policy changes in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints regarding children of same-sex couples has led to intense discussion from members and non-members alike.
Dr. Bonnie Brinton, a BYU professor who specializes in communication disorders, spoke on Wednesday, Nov. 18 about her journey as a “disciple-scholar.” Brinton discussed how the gospel has provided her with inspiration in her studies and has helped her to become a better researcher in her discipline.