Among the 30,000 students attending BYU, Erin Nightingale stands out from the crowd.
It’s hard not to recognize the petite girl tapping a walking stick in front of her as she maneuvers across campus.
Diagnosed with congenital glaucoma and aniridia, Nightingale has suffered visual impairments since infancy. But that hasn’t stopped her from developing her talents — particularly as a pianist.
Nightingale said the gospel helps her live her life.
“Faith is a huge part of being blind because it is hoping for things which are not seen, which are true,” Nightingale said.