A majority of students said BYU is doing a poor job of educating students about sexual assault and said that they don't know what to do when they experience unwanted sexual conduct, according to a highly anticipated campus survey released Thursday by school administrators.
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It’s precisely the beliefs of Latter-day Saints that critics dismiss as strange which produce the behaviors those same critics often applaud.
A Utah man’s hopes for being freed from a Venezuelan jail, where he’s lingered for more than a year in declining health, now lie with a wealthy shipping magnate closely linked to the country’s socialist government.
They were discussing a variety of issues when one of the leaders, who is an on-call volunteer for the Madison Fire Department, interrupted the speaker. “He said he just got a notification that there was something going on down the road...he made it sound like someone was pinned underneath a car and said we could get there faster than the ambulance.” Everyone in the group jumped from their seats and ran to their vehicles.
The Atlantic: "The quickest and most full-throated condemnations of Roy Moore and his defenders came from members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints."
RNS: I’ve joked in the past about the accuracy of my “Modar”—my ability to recognize fellow Mormons at a distance based on a few facts. But I never thought that Mormon Radar was anything more than an inside joke until I read this interesting research study about Mormons’ ability to spot their peers.