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BC students leave weekly devotional at Assembly Hall on Temple Square. 

15Aug

Students from LDSBC Received a Globally-Known Guest Service Certification

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 Students from LDSBC Received a Globally-Known Guest Service Certification

Last Thursday, three students from LDSBC were awarded with an industry certification (Certified Guest Service Professional) through the American Hotel and Lodging Association. This recognition is a first for both the College and our DECA chapter.  

12Aug

Video: Start here

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Video: Start here

Here’s one student’s story about choosing LDS Business College. He wasn’t sure where to go or what to do after serving his LDS mission. A friend recommended he check out LDS Business College and once he realized he could explore career options, receive training employers need, and be ready to work full-time in a couple years, without going into a lot of debt, he felt like LDSBC was the place for him.

09Aug

President Kusch's inauguration set for Oct. 24, 2017

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President Kusch's inauguration set for Oct. 24, 2017

The Deseret News wrote about the Inaugural Ceremony for President Bruce C. Kusch as 13th president of LDS Business College that will take place in the Assembly Hall on Temple Square on Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017 at 11 a.m.

08Aug

President and Sister Kusch surprise customers at BC Cafe

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in News

President and Sister Kusch surprise customers at BC Cafe

Juicy quarter-pound beef patty, sizzling bacon, melted American cheese, lettuce, tomato and fry sauce snug in a tender bun—what could be more perfect for lunch on a Friday afternoon? Lunch served by President Bruce C. Kusch and his wife, Alynda.

03Aug

Church News writes about modern-day pioneer students

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Church News writes about modern-day pioneer students

Three LDSBC students, Dora Situmorang, Matias Pedreira and Frank Flores, are included in a Church News article about modern-day pioneers and refugees.

03Aug

Kyle continues to dance and serve

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Student Stories

Kyle continues to dance and serve

An avid dancer for over 20 years, Kyle Treu had spent countless hours practicing on the dance floor. Since embracing ballroom dance at an early age, he had mastered everything from a flashy Latin dance to a polished waltz. Dance came easy for him.

That all changed when Kyle was driving to a Treu family reunion in 2014. A dump truck hit Kyle’s car at freeway speed, and the damage to the car and its occupant was extensive. Kyle was transported to the emergency room, and he spent weeks in a coma with part of his skull removed to relieve pressure on his brain.

02Aug

BE PATIENT AND STUDY BOOK OF MORMON

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

 BE PATIENT AND STUDY BOOK OF MORMON

LDS religion scholar John W. Welch has studied the Book of Mormon for years. His research led him to create Book of Mormon Central, a place where multiple resources to deepen understanding of the Book of Mormon can be found.

02Aug

Rohini Krishnan places trust in Lord

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

Rohini Krishnan places trust in Lord

Rohini Krishnan is grateful for the different lessons she learned as she was taught the scriptures and gospel principles at home. They laid a sure groundwork to help guide her.

31Jul

Gaston shares gratitude for God

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

 Gaston shares gratitude for God

When given the opportunity to share his testimony during a devotional, Gaston Pereira felt humbled. The student from Uruguay told how gratitude fills his heart for the multiple times he’s been helped without being asked to give anything back.

31Jul

VOICES THAT SPEAK TO MY HEART

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Devotionals

VOICES THAT SPEAK TO MY HEART

Lt. Col. Sherman L. Fleek joined the U.S. Army in 1973, serving in Mainz, Germany. Commissioned from the ROTC in 1982, he served in the air cavalry, air assault, and fixed-wing support units. He was commander of several units, served two joint tours, and served in combat arms units from platoon through division.

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