BYU's Campus Education Week continues 90-year tradition

A 90-year tradition resurfaces this week when the annual Campus Education Week is conducted on the Brigham Young University campus.

Launched in 1922 as "Leadership Week" with a strict orientation toward training lay leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Campus Education Week has evolved through the years into five days of classes, workshops and experiences in a wide variety of disciplines intended to enhance life-long learning.

"Our objective is to bless the lives of those who are attending," said Bruce Payne, administrator of the annual event. "Every year we ask our attendees for evaluations of the program, and every year we get comments from individuals who indicate that a particular class or experience changed their life.

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