Video Series Featuring BYU Women Faculty: An Interview with Producer Amy Jensen

by Melanie Steimle Earlier this year the BYU Theater and Media Arts Department, in partnership with the BYU Faculty Women’s Association, released By Study, By Faith: Choosing a Good Part, a web-series of ten short films and additional written stories about BYU faculty women and their pursuit of learning. I recently sat down with Amy […]

Let Us Be Readers

Illustration from 1889 showing three women reading the three successive volumes of a novel, possibly borrowed from a circulating library by Bryn Watkins I’ll admit it: I haven’t been reading enough lately.  I’ve been on the road for work and I’ve felt like I can’t quite get a proper grasp on a normal schedule—when I […]

From the Archives: Hugh Pinnock’s ‘Ten Characteristics of an Educated Person’

Image credit: civ33 Hugh W. Pinnock was a member of the First Quorum of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints when this devotional address was given at Brigham Young University on 19 August 1980. He details 10 characteristics of an educated person (which are summarized below). You can access the full speech […]

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