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Brigham Young University alumna Sidney Draughon (center) flew in from New York to join a protest against the Honor Code Office. Kelsie Moore/KUER hide caption

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A Rare Sight At Brigham Young University As Students Protest The Honor Code Office

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Dan Reynolds addresses the crowd at the 2017 LoveLoud Festival in Orem, Utah. The Imagine Dragons frontman helped organize the event to benefit LGBTQ rights organizations. Courtesy of HBO hide caption

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From Mormon Missionary To LGBTQ Advocate (And International Rock Star)

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Employees from dining services stock bottles of Coca-Cola and other caffeinated sodas in the Cougareat at the Wilkinson Student Center on BYU's Campus. This marks the first time caffeinated sodas have been available at campus eateries since the mid 1950's. Jaren Wilkey/BYU hide caption

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This Election Might Actually Put Utah, Solidly Republican For 48 Years, In Play

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The spires of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' historic Salt Lake Temple on April 2 in Salt Lake City, Utah. George Frey/Getty Images hide caption

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'Cultural Mormons' Adjust The Lifestyle But Keep The Label

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After A Church Visit, One Muslim Seeks A New Kind Of Attention To His Faith

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John Dehlin tells NPR's Rachel Martin he thinks "excommunication is definitely the path that the stake president's going to take." Catherine Weber Scott /Courtesy of John Dehlin hide caption

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'Mormon Stories' Podcast Founder Contemplates Excommunication

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