Jeffrey, a BYU graduate student, is sent to deliver a blunt message from BYU to the Northeast Accreditation Commission, where he is introduced to the bizarre world of progressive academia with its fixation about privilege and its perpetual outrage over perceived offenses.
We could begin with “ZACHOR: NOT ONLY TO REMEMBER” is a history of how we started and progressed that includes stories of our Liberators and Survivors in World War II.” We could tell you about the many satisfying and joyous times we have as volunteers despite the seriousness of our mission, but that too would only be part of it. We have “grown”…
One thing is clear: Everyone has a religion, and those who claim they don't are often among the fiercest of zealots.
"We are concerned that your Honor Code violates our non-discrimination policy."
Short story. (~7000 words. Also available within the short story collection "The Wrong Sort of Stories.")
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