Among the 46 athletes that will advance to regionals, BYU’s Track and Field team has three women steeplechasers that are nationally ranked and ready to compete.Read More →
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced on Tuesday, May 23 that President Thomas S. Monson will no longer attend his regular meetings held at the Church office building due to limitations from his advanced age, according to Mormon Newsroom.Read More →
Students shared their thoughts about these industry leaders coming to BYU. Jeffrey Martin, the producer of the BRAVO! series, said the series provides the opportunity for students and the community to see these world class acts perform here in Provo, Utah.Read More →
The BYU Cyber Defense Team placed third at the National Collegiate Cyber Defense competition last month, and the team has now set its sight on performing even better at an international competition this June.
BYU Theft May 22 – A backpack was reported taken from an unsecured vehicle in…
BYU alumnus Cory McArthur completed his junior project back in 2015 but is still seeing benefits. One of his ideas has been mass-marketed and is now available for sale at a major retailer.
Provo Mayor John Curtis officially announced he intends to run for U.S. Congress third district at a rally held last night.
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The BYU men’s tennis team finished in third place in the WCC this season with a 13-12 overall record and a 10-2 record at home.