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Summer Lessons

The summer after my freshman year in undergrad, I worked at a summer camp for children with disabilities in Texas. It would be my first experience away from Utah for any extended period of...

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A Reason to Believe

Gillian* caught my eye on that first Sunday. I was the new–and only–Young Women’s counselor in a small urban ward. Gillian’s schoolbooks lay in a neat pile beneath her seat, next to a fresh...

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Burning Ears

Jana, her husband John, and Lisa presented at Sunstone on Thursday. Subject: Feminism and Blogging. I’ll try to convince Jana to post a full summary (or transcript) of her remarks at one of her...

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Sips

the best view of the sunset is here in the parking lot the sky a mystical light of change if I were to walk to the store just for a sunset and some Fruitjets...

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Virtual Oases XXV

A little late or a little early, depending on your perspective! My pick of the week: Starfoxy — what can Machiavelli teach us about leadership and perception in the church? Sometime commenter Bored in...

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Remembering Darfur

I risk of sounding like a broken record. But it’s a hot August day, and Darfur is on my mind. Last spring, public/political interest in Darfur (in the US and abroad) finally seemed to...

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Exponent II's Personal Essay Contest

We’ve extended our deadline for Exponent II’s Annual Helen Candland Stark Essay Contest. We encourage long-time contributors and those of you who have been thinking of submitting an essay to put on your creative...