La'ie Walking Tour: McKay Foyer front entrance

McKay Foyer front entrance
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The front entrance of the campus is known as the David O. McKay Foyer named after David Oman McKay, the 9th President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is an important part of the university with historical, cultural and religious representation as well as a meeting place for visitor's who come to the campus. Inside the McKay Foyer is a significant plague displayed in a case dedicated to the labor missionaries who helped build this school. Their names are there to be read and thanked for their service.

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