Seriously? It's girls dancing at a concert featuring country music. Country
music. Think about that for a second. Nothing screams inappropriate like girls
wearing high-necked shirt dancing to country songs. Why does everything have to
be made into something by DNews readers? You can't just look at a picture and
say, oh, how nice, those girls look like they're having a good time dancing at
the family friendly country concert. But let's definitely make into more than it
is once again.
I think Otis should maybe have a little tequila and lighten up. If he is so
offended then he should only look at pictures and read stories about BYU. I also love how the folks at BYU think that the only reason anyone would
go to another school is that they couldn't get accepted at BYU. I got accepted
to BYU but went elsewhere because I didn't feel that I had to be forced to live
The girl wearing the "Tequila" shirt looks disgusting. Even if she was wearing a
"Choose the Right" t-shirt, she would still look very ugly.There
were over 10K people there. Why would a DesNews photographer choose these five
horrible looking people?I long for the day that the Church pulls the
funding for the Deseret News.
But what about adding PhD programs?Surely you're not qualified for
anything unless you have a doctorate in it.I've run my hotel for 14
years, but I'm going back to graduate school, because I need a doctorate to
learn my trade.
Larry,Right you are. Right you are.For instance: if I
needed some gardeneing done around my house, I would only hire someone who has a
degree in gardening from an accredited university. If I required a
Monte Cristo sandwich, I would turn only to those with a degree certifying they
have studied Monte Cristo preparation at a university.Someday I will
have my wish. Until then, who will garden for me? Or make me a sandwich?UVU, I plead with you: expand your list of majors! Full program leading
to a degree in every human activity, please!
Primark2,I see your point. My degree is in hotel management, which
is why I chose UVU over Oxford (as most people do). I could not have learned to
manage a hotel without studying it at a university. I can't imagine how people
succeeded at managing hotels before universities offered degrees in the
subject.I would advise all universities everywhere to develop a
degree in everything, and urge employers not to hire anybody for anything unless
they have a degree from a fully-accredited university.
Larry, Everyone needs to go to a university. Therefore, every
educational institution, however useful, must necessarily become a university
eventually. Look at Oxford: it went from being a vocational
polytechnic to a full university, and it has done a world of good.
What's wrong with being a vocational school? Why is a university needed?
I didnt worry at all about the admission and now as an accounting graduate I
make a great salary and have been promoted to a management postion. The
business school helped me develope wonderful skills and I have seen the
If they are not a school, what would you call them? They have been a school for
a long time now and have done a great job providing for the surrounding
community all the way from a trade school up to a university now.
YEA!!! WE ARE THE UNIVERSITY WHOSE ONLY ADMISSION REQUIREMENT IS A GED!!!
YIPEE!!! GOT TEQUILA????
Otis, sorry but you need to develop thicker skin. People make choices, you don't
have to like them, you just have to live with it. That's the problem with these
posts someone finds something, anything to be offensive and the world has to
change to fit them.
It's funny that they actually think they are a school now.
The concert, although poorly executed was mostly family appropriate. However,
Joe Nichols' songs were mostly about drinking. But I don't think
this is UVU trying to say "We're not BYU."
If that offends you then don't turn on the TV or any media!
I'm a little offended by the girl on the left who has pink letters on a brown
shirt. That is really not family appropriate.
Why do some think it was a "little BYU"? It was a place for mostly nice people
to go to school. The only "link"(?)it had with BYU were the few who chose to go
there who could not get in to BYU, or who chose not to go to BYU because they
didn't want to follow the BYU Honor Code.
I am a little offended. The picture of the woman on the right has a t-shirt
that reads "Got Tequilla".Thanks for keeping your content family