Brigham Young University is known first and foremost for its religious affiliation (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in this case). The students at Brigham Young tend to appreciate the strict, conservative policies on campus that comes with that affiliation. As one freshman says, "People say you are in a bubble while attending here because you don't have to deal with people drinking, smoking, and doing other things like that. I appreciate this about BYU because I was able to be surrounded by better people more often and I could focus more on my homework than having to worry other things that aren't worth my time." For BYU students who do enjoy the occasional night out, a little extra effort is required, as Rachel explains: "Sometimes you have to really search for somewhere to go on a Friday night. There are not as many parties because we do not drink here."
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