The Bustling, Joseph Smith Building Quad!
Virtual Tours by Students
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This is one of the oldest building on buildings on campus. It's really important where all of our religion place crosses take place. As BYU students, you do have to take a bunch of religion classes. They are required to graduate, but there are really fun. I think they are really difficult and challenging, but they're really cool, So those are all going to probably take place in jsp. I don't know if you can tell, but this just grass all around me, um I'm going to show you right here. This little statue thing is called the Tree of Life. Wei have tons of art statues on B y u Can't this thought are deeply reloaded, rooted in the Mormon religion and just tons of cool stuff like that. Since it is a religious university, we have tons of fun, things like that. Wei have something that I want to show because it's so cool if I could see it in here yet Beaulieu has tons of cool places to hang out. Um, there's so many cool things to see here, and they really take advantage of. You can tell right above my finger that dome is actually a planetarium that BYU campus just has. Every Friday night they do planetarium nights and it's a pre date night. You can go and bring a date to fund I've planetarium. We have fun astrology classes and astronomy classes. Those are going to meet their This building right behind me is Swick it, um, Spencer W. Kimball Building Technology building. I think that's where most of the psychology majors meat. If you have a class like anatomy where you go and dissect cadavers. So that's a little bit about jsp Claude, Um, Justin Smith building kind of less central to the main point of campus fish. BYU campus is really easy to get lost, so that's a little bit about this area. If you do, you come to be with you, you will know it really well.