Change the TMCB acronym to JET on BYU campus
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The acronyms for the names of the buildings on BYU's campus are common in the vernacular of BYU students, staff, faculty and visitors alike. We have the MARB, Wilk, SWKT ("Swicket"), and MOA, among many others. The James E. Talmage Math Sciences/Computer Building is one frequented by many math, statistics and engineering students. Currently, it's acronym is TMCB - one that doesn't lend itself to easy abbreviation in common language. We propose to change the acronym to JET in honor of the great LDS Apostle and scientist James E. Talmage. Plus, which building on campus is most likely to produce the next generation of jet and rocket scientists? That's right, the math sciences/computer building. How fitting, right?
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