Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders rode a wave of voter frustration with American politics to commanding victories in Tuesday’s New Hampshire primaries, adding crucial credibility to their upstart candidacies.
SALT LAKE CITY- Utah lawmakers and residents alike gathered together at the State Capitol on Tuesday, Feb. 9, to celebrate the arts. The Utah Department of Heritage and Arts partnered with the Utah Division of Arts and Museums to host Utah Art Day. Tables of artwork created by students from across the state were on…
Rickelle Richards, an associate professor of nutrition, addressed BYU students on appreciating four specific “beauties of the earth” in her Tuesday February 9, 2016 devotional address. She told students that these four creations are necessary to appreciate in order to find strength and joy in life.
Applications for Fall 2016 are in and aspiring BYU students will begin to find out if their extra efforts were enough. Family, friends and school advisers have most likely bombarded them with the “how-to-get-into BYU list,” but the list may be rumors instead of factual advice.
China’s stock market took several serious hits just three weeks into the New Year and continues to have serious impacts today. While China has the second largest economy in the world, it has experienced a decline in growth over the past year or so, according to PBS. This decline in growth, coupled with Beijing’s failing efforts to stabilize financial markets, have left investors wondering about the stability of China’s economy.
A bill that would add criminals who “entice a minor” or engage in voyeurism to the Utah Sex Offender Registry is set for a final vote in the Utah House.
The wavering of millennials in America’s religious landscape may not only be an issue, but also a question begging an answer. Where is everyone going? And what’s working to bring them back? To find answers, a team of Universe reporters spent a semester talking to religious experts around the country and to millennials themselves. What they found is presented in ongoing articles.
BYU students might not see dramatic changes in their overall nutrition with the new dietary changes recommended by the Agriculture and Health and Human Services Departments.