The people of Brigham Young University can now learn each other’s stories through a new photo series on Instagram and Facebook. BYUSA recently launched Humans of the Y, inspired by the popular blog Humans of New York.
Two artists paint and draw together in an old elementary school-turned-art studio in a secluded central Utah town. The friends joke and laugh as they work together to create inventive pieces of art.
Now you see it, now you don’t. A new type of heart stent that works like dissolving stitches, slowly going away after it has done its job, passed its first major test in a large study, doctors said Monday.
The last three winners of the Academy Award for Best Picture have all been rated-R movies, as was each winner from 2005 to 2010. On the popular Internet Movie Database, six of the ten highest-ranked movies share that rating.
Josh Hinton, a Stansbury Park, Utah native and incoming freshman, lined up for a bounce house obstacle course on the last day of BYU New Student Orientation on Aug. 29. Using his skills as a track and cross-country runner, Josh was off at the sound of “Go.”
President Obama recently announced the Clean Power Plan, the first plan to set national standards for power plants. The plan’s goal is to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 32 percent by the year 2030. Larry Baxter, a chemical engineering professor at BYU, is finding a way to make this reality.
The 2004 film “Sons of Provo” contains a scene in which three musicians — Will, Danny and Kirby — struggle to think of a name for their band. After much deliberation, Kirby suggests a simple label: “Everclean.” He thinks his comment has gone unnoticed until a few seconds later, when Will repeats “Everclean” as though he’d come up with it himself. As Danny lauds Will’s ingenuity, a visibly frustrated Kirby can only manage a halfhearted acceptance for the praise that should have been his.
Hundreds of people lined the road leading to the Oregon community college where a gunman killed nine people, holding signs reading “UCC Strong” as students returned Monday to the scene of the deadliest shooting in state history.
BYU women’s cross country runner and true freshman Alice Jensen has been named the WCC Runner of the Month for September.
I was curious when I originally heard that there was going to be a special 10th anniversary version of “Twilight.” I was the biggest Twihard as a teenager after all. I was furious upon learning the new version was going to be a gender-swap. Where was the long-promised “Midnight Sun,” which was supposed to be “Twilight” in Edward’s perspective? However, eventually my interest was piqued again. I wondered what would be different about “Twilight” if the human was a boy and the vampire was a girl.