Word to the Ys: April 6


“It’s like a club out here. You wave even if you don’t know them.” — Don Marshall, former BYU professor and frequent “mall walker,” on the atmosphere at his early morning mall walks

“One plus one plus one doesn’t always equal three. For us, it didn’t. We figured out a way to work together and mix all our skills and personalities to make something great. That was the most challenging and rewarding experience.” — Jack Antonoff, bassist for Fun., on the challenges that led to his band’s recent success

“We thought, if you can rate your professor and find out what classes to take, you should be able to rate your ward and find out what ward you should move into.” —  Severin Nelson, a BYU law student who created ratemysinglesward.com, a site that’s causing local buzz, both positive and negative

“Coveting, pouting, or tearing others down does not elevate your standing, nor does demeaning someone else improve your self-image.” — Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, at last weekend’s General Conference

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