I just graduated BYU a few months ago. I'm moving to a new town and I have been looking up institute times and teachers (got to keep my spiritual game up). I was reading one of the teacher bios and it said this,
" He served in the California Fresno Mission and then graduated from BYU-Provo. He continued his education receiving a degree from Boise State and is currently completing graduate work at Utah State."
Why would he have to use BYU-Provo in his bio. I know its just called "BYU," but maybe this is catching some steam thanks to having three schools that start with "BYU."
I heard it at a missionary homecoming last week too. They asked the recently returned RM what his plans were. He said he is going to BYU in the fall. The person then asked if he meant Provo or Idaho.
What do you all think? Is it becoming BYU-Provo now? It kinda makes me sad that it is but thats what you get for three schools all called BYU.