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September, 19, 2012

Women of Revelation: Lucy Part 1

This gallery illuminates several examples of people who exerted themselves in order to receive visionary revelation. Some examples include: Joseph Smith, Karl G. Maeser, George H. Brimhall, and John M. Whitaker. In writing up that list, I noticed I didn’t list any women. I regretfully also noted how difficult it was for me to name …

October, 13, 2011

Larger Than Life

In September there was a knock at my door. When I opened it, no one was there. Looking around I saw a book lying on the doormat with a note tucked inside. The book was a new publication from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints titled Daughters in My Kingdom: the History and Work …

April, 6, 2011

LDS Women and Equal Rights

I am currently taking a class where we discuss women and their place in social and political spheres. Primarily we discuss feminist theory in France but oft times we discuss Anglo-American ideals of feminism in comparison or contrast.  American women were ahead of French women in fighting for their right to vote. On July 19-20, …

March, 30, 2011

Pressing On

As the end of the semester is nearing, it is easy to feel overwhelmed by the long “to do” lists we all have. Studying, cleaning checks, studying some more, final projects, switching apartments, getting in those last minute hours at your internship, figuring out what your summer plans are, etc. The list never ends! On …

March, 9, 2011

Behind “After Eve”

I had the great opportunity to be part of the After Eve art exhibition, both as a designer and as an artist. This experience has given me a great deal of time to ponder womanhood, education, and the light of the gospel.

January, 5, 2011

Wherever You’re From

Are you a transfer student this year?  If you are, you’re in good company.  Many students at BYU come from other colleges near and far to complete their educations, adding variety to the campus culture with their valuable experiences and knowledge.  Each of them brings a new idea, a new skill, or just a new …

December, 1, 2010

After Eve

On Thursday, November 18, Education in Zion opened a new art exhibit in the gallery’s third-floor rotating exhibition space. Several student artists and two recent alumni created works of art embodying reflections on women and education.