Elder Perry speaks to BYU graduates: 'Seek and find a balance'

by | Apr. 26, 2013

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For Jesse Cobell and his family, seeing his name printed on the Brigham Young University commencement exercises program is a great sight. It represents years of studying and his undergraduate degree coming to a close.

"I took my last final yesterday," Cobell said. "It doesn't feel totally real yet, it feels like I am just finishing another semester."

But seeing his name in print is nothing new to Cobell, who is graduating in neuroscience. As an undergraduate he co-authored research about new behavior in cancerous tumors in one of the world's most highly cited scientific journal, Nature.

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