College students' writings
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6000 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: FA 5 Item 22.214.171.124.1
Scope and Contents note Report by Brigham Young University folklore student Pamela Lewis, who heard the story in a religion class. Brother Monson speaks on setting high goals. Only a boy seems to be listening, and he seems to have taken the talk a little too seriously.
1137sp34k is for noobs : gamer lingo and social status in the MMO community / Andrew Moore, 2007 November 20
Item — Box 452: 
Identifier: FA 1 Item 4514
Scope and Contents note Collection of lingo from the online gaming community. Includes the use of acronyms and how the use of various kinds of language relates to a gamer's status. Created for Dr. Rudy's English 391 course taught at Brigham Young University, Fall 2007.
Identifier: FA 5 Item 126.96.36.199.1
Identifier: FA 3 Series 5 Sub-Series 4 Item 188.8.131.52.1
Scope and Contents Report by Brigham Young University folklore student Jan Tueller, who collected information from Win Lowman. A man and woman on a date in the Ozarks see a giant man, and follow his trail through the woods.
Identifier: FA 5 Item 184.108.40.206.1
Identifier: FA 5 Item 220.127.116.11.1
Scope and Contents note Report by Brigham Young University folklore student Shirley Snell, who heard the story from a male speaker in church. J. Golden Kimball asks Church members first whether they would give their lives for it, then whether they would give seventy-five cents.
Item — Box 448: 
Identifier: FA 1 Item 4480
Scope and Contents note This project is a collection of stories told by the Wilkinson Center Building custodial crew at BYU. The analysis describes the collection as a contribution to occupational folklore, and comments on the specific language of the custodial workers, group stories, humor, pranks, and work parties. The items collected include stories told about the Wilkinson Center, including: Mixing Table Carts at EFY, The Orange Elevator, Janae of the Ladder, Punching-fest, and several others. Also includes...
Item — Box 96: 
Identifier: FA 1 Item 958
Scope and Contents Phillip Ray collected personal narratives of the creation, growth, and development of the Covey Leadership Center. Included are stories of the Center's beginnings, early years, and eventual success. Project was written for an English 392 class taught at Brigham Young University during Winter semester 1991.
Item — Box 280: 
Identifier: FA 1 Item 2800
Scope and Contents note Higley explores blind date stories, looking for patterns to explain why so many blind dates go badly and why people go on them. Some of the major problems in blind dates are people wanting to be too friendly, lack of good qualities in the other person, and having nothing in common. Discusses some cases where blind dates led to a second date, and rare cases that led to friendship or marriage. Created by Jacquelyn Higley while enrolled in Kristi A. Bell's English 391 class during winter semester...
Identifier: FA 2 Series 3 Sub-Series 1 Item 18.104.22.168.1
Scope and Contents note Report by Ken Jacobs, who collected information from Mrs. Rex Jacobs, who received it from her great aunt, Mary Jacobs Howard, who received a written account from a witness. Set in Salt Lake Valley, August 1898. Story recounts how four farms are in grave danger from a wildfire until a bishop rebukes it with upraised arms.