As a student at a chaotic time for the Mormon school, the future candidate focused on family and his church.
Mitt Romney speaks during commencement at Brigham Young University in 1971. Romney attended BYU after a year at Stanford and a stint in France doing missionary work. In February 1969, he enrolled in the church-owned university and, for the first time in his life, found himself entirely among brethren in his Mormon faith. Courtesy of Romney campaign Buy Photo