BYU Students Take On a Homogeneous Campus

In a campus environment known for its marked homogeneity, some students at BYU struggle to find a home within the ranks of Mormon orthodoxy. Four students and former students talk about their experiences of carving out space for nuanced belief. With an array of experiences with and beliefs about the LDS Church, they will discuss the effects that BYU has had on their individual faith journeys and how they’ve challenged some of the dogma that exists in the BYU community.

Franchesca Lopez, Julia Stark, Grant Frazier, Evan Jones, Jennifer Koski