Phil Fuch’s finished his BYU career with an exclamation point as he helped BYU volleyball beat No. 1 Hawaii for the second nigh in a row, 3-2 in the last game of the season. Fuch’s lead the night with 22 kills, his career-high, with Hawaii’s Brook Sedore close behind with 21 kills. Brandon Sander contributed 16…
A third-generation grocer and member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is currently gaining attention with a new crowd: the Amish.
Nathan Tanner is a BYU grad and now an author. He published his book, “Not Your Parents’ Workplace,” in March 2015 to help students find a job after graduation. The book is about the difficulties of finding a job relating to one’s degree and the different steps to take to find success.
BYU softball went 1-1 against the Southern Utah University Thunderbirds on April 16. The Cougars won the first game but gave up six runs in the last inning of the second game and lost.
Wayne Burton, an LDS singer-songwriter, writes his own music, holds performances and firesides and continues to release new tracks. What many people don’t know, though, is that he’s also a family physician.
“The next Silicon Valley.” That’s how a New York Times article recently characterized Utah, noting the state’s unique position as an emerging business hub.
At first it seems like a fluke — a 2-year-old playing with the knobs and buttons of a sophisticated music system. Yet, the tiny boy is in control of the big beat of the bass-heavy house music. He is South Africa’s youngest disc jockey, DJ AJ.
The Utah County Arts Council’s new Japanese art exhibit for the month of April takes classic art and puts it in a category all its own.