LDS apostles and LGBT leaders endorse liberty and non-discrimination bill

Two LDS Church apostles and members of Utah’s LGBT community, along with key lawmakers, announced what some are calling a “historic” compromise to balance religious liberty rights with non-discrimination protection for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender individuals.

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BYU men's basketball gains momentum heading towards WCC Tournament

It was a productive week for the BYU men’s basketball team. A new all–time scoring record and win over No. 3 Gonzaga have BYU at full steam as they enter the West Coast Conference Tournament this week.

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BYU study finds key to teenage weight loss

BYU psychology researchers recently discovered a key to weight loss through MRI scans of teenagers’ brains.

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Brennan and Kylee win BYUSA election

Brennan Staheli and Kylee Marshall won the 2015 BYUSA election on Tuesday, March 3. Brennan and Kylee posted a photo onto their Facebook page expressing gratitude to the students who voted for them.

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Kicking it with BYU's Brazilian Capoeira Club

The origins of capoeira (pronounced cap-oo-air-a) are fairly mysterious. The origins of this distinctive martial arts style can be traced back to 16th-century Brazil, when slaves were imported by the Portuguese. The slaves’ desire to fight oppression resulted in the creation of capoeira.

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