One-piece swimsuits are a top trend this season, but people won’t be saying goodbye to their two-pieces anytime soon.Read More →
Twenty years later, the 1997 re-enactment of the Mormon pioneer trek from Winter Quarters, Nebraska, to the Salt Lake Valley still has an impact on the lives of many who participated.Read More →
BYU has players on both sides of the ball that have been nominated for college football awards.Read More →
The Marriott School Business Career Center recently reported over 90 percent of the nearly 1000 undergraduate and graduate business students comprising the class of 2017 were extended offers and accepted full-time jobs after graduation, according to Director Mike Roberts.Read More →
With the addition of two new six-story buildings, missionaries at the Provo MTC have scenic views of Utah Valley and more space to stretch out.
BYU will now require the use of two-factor authentication for employees accessing certain information creating an added layer of security when viewing secure data.
Harry Potter’s birthday is July 31 and The Wall restaurant in the WSC is hosting a week-long celebration July 25-31.
In a BYU study conducted by family life professors Brian J Willoughby and Spencer L James, 50 percent of US millennials believe they have a soul mate, and the “FOMO” is paralyzing their relationships.
Feel the rhythm and the beat of the bongos, the bass and the maracas. Pair that with couples dancing samba, cha-cha and salsa, and you’d probably think you’re walking down the streets of Peru, Colombia or Mexico. It might come as a surprise then that this scene can be found on the streets of Provo, Utah.
BYU McKay School of Education associate professor, Paul Caldarella, spoke about how responding to the Lord’s call yields blessings in his devotional address on July 25.