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Lauren Conrad

Lauren was born and raised in the beautiful mountains of Provo, Utah. She served a full-time mission in Lisbon, Portugal, where she loved the people and pastries. She also completed a business study abroad program in Velké Meziříčí, Czech Republic, and made amazing friends from around the world there. Lauren graduated from BYU-Idaho with a bachelor’s degree in English in July 2019, with an emphasis in professional writing. She had the opportunity to work with many BYU-Pathway students as an online writing tutor at BYU-Idaho. She loved connecting with them and learning from their amazing examples of hard work and determination. Lauren enjoys sharing students’ stories and helping them stay informed as the messaging specialist at BYU-Pathway.

14 June 2021

Failure: A Tool for Growth

People naturally fear failure, but we don’t have to be scared of it. Failure offers us something instant…

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8 February 2021

Finding Help and Hope

“I felt broken,” one BYU-Pathway Worldwide student said, after being unexpectedly diagnosed with depressive-anxiety disorder — a diagnosis…

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11 January 2021

Magnifying Our Abilities

In President Russell M. Nelson’s devotional message “The Love and Laws of God,” given at BYU, he reflected…

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4 January 2021

A Certificate, a Degree, and Two Promotions

Guilherme Cidade, 27, was born and raised in Florianopolis, Brazil. From a young age, his parents taught him…

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2 November 2020

Never Out of Reach

Earning a bachelor’s degree was never easy for April Leslie Deal. After high school, April completed a dual…

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21 October 2020

Meet Gene Hayes

Gene Hayes, BYU-Pathway’s international area director, grew up in Oaxaca, Mexico. He was raised by his mother and…

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5 October 2020

From Nigeria to Ghana: Immigration for Education

Elisha Tubo-Oreriba Joseph grew up in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, as the oldest of five children. He dreamed of…

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