Selina Llewellyn teaches English at Skyridge High School in Lehi, Utah. It’s not unusual for her to have a bunch of kids eating lunch in her classroom, but recently, she had one boy come in to talk to her privately.
BYU hosted the largest two-day gathering of LDS women anywhere in the world on May 4-5 at its annual Women’s Conference. Over 200 presenters shared their thoughts, and conversion, healing and sharing the gospel emerged as prominent themes at this year’s conference.
Psychologist Marja Reynolds and BYU social work professor David Wood offered comfort and counsel…
BYU senior Brenna McGrath was in the process of slowly overdosing herself with medication when her class held a panel for BYU’s unofficial LGBT club, Understanding Same-Gender Attraction.
Christmas is known to many as the most wonderful time of the year, yet a popular idea also exists that suicide rates in the United States increase during the holiday season.
When Moroni Benally of the Navajo nation perused Utah public officials campaigns in early October, he said he noticed none of them addressed Native American issues. To respond to this problem, Benally called several people in Utah to form the Utah League of Native American Voters.