I think that if I had to do BYU all over again I'd take the religion classes more seriously. I'd find good classes with recommended teachers and never complain about being graded for how well I understood the scriptures. And maybe I would go to more of the devotionals, but I remember resolving to do this my last year there and not really feeling much of a pay off.
The Firearm seriously needed a third member, like a marketing person or an agent.
And if I were taking English classes again I'd really look forward to my teachers making me read books I didn't think I was interested in reading. That's how I wound up reading "Paradise Lost." You know what? It lives up to the hype.
It's a shame I had to graduate right when Royal Skousen and I were finally getting to know each other.
It's more of a shame that I was so slow to make a habit of sitting on Cindy and Marsha and Erin's couch.
Also, I would be disagreeable in my philosophy classes and probably want to learn about photography.
I should have learned more in my 9th grade photography class.
But I'm not about to make a post about going back to High School.
But . . .
What if I tried to sneak back into OPRF and pretend I was a student? I wonder if I could fool anyone?
Going back to going back to BYU. I wish I could remember everything I learned in my grammar and linguistics classes.
Is there something out there that's like a Masters or PhD but really you just take undergrad classes again?