Fall 2005

Elder Robert S. Wood

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Establish Outside Standards by Which to Measure Ourselves

Establish Outside Standards by Which to Measure Ourselves

 
I am delighted to be with you today. In my morning walks I periodically walk by the business college. I have always admired the building, and I’m grateful someone invited me in.
I began my professional career in a business school, interestingly enough. While working on my dissertation at Harvard I was hired by the faculty at Bentley College, which is the college of business in New England, as well known there as the LDS Business College is well known here. So I feel as though I am back, and I really love to be with you. One thing I have missed over the years is being in the class room, with young people. So thank you for having me here.
Now when I was in high school, we had to read a play.
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Craig Nelson

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Learn by Study and Also by Faith

Learn by Study and Also by Faith

 
Today I thought we’d talk a little about why you’re here and what it might be good for you to accomplish while you’re at LDS Business College.  Do you know that there are about 47,000 young people that are in Church schools, if you look at the three BYUs and LDS Business College?  That equates to about twelve percent of the total youth in the Church, which leads to the question of why you are blessed to be here.
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Richard J. Allen

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The Prophet Joseph Smith

The Prophet Joseph Smith

 
Vice President Nelson, Vice President Wiser, Matt Tittle, faculty and staff, student council and institute leaders, and students of the LDS Business College:
Congratulations on being part of this outstanding academic enterprise. I understand that yesterday, November 15th, was the 119th anniversary of the founding
of your great institution. When my wife and I visited your campus recently, Vice President Nelson graciously gave us a tour. During the tour we were fortunate
to hear your choir rehearsing in this room for the anniversary events of this week. They sounded like angels—angels who were happy to be here.
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