Snipers stood on the rooftop of the courtroom, waiting for attorneys and defendants to walk out of the front doors. The crowd of white supremacists rallied with their political signs, standing next to national and state reporters who were conducting interviews. In the cool of the morning, microphone in hand, Suzie Wiley anxiously waited for the court room doors to open.
Kids ages eight to 18 are becoming more addicted to technology, and it is leading to negative consequences, such as the need for instant gratification, poor face-to-face interaction and risk of depression.
Elementary school students might be getting more salad bars in schools and less pizza on their lunch menu.
BYUSA executives explain the process how new additives or changes can be implemented into the charter. While BYUSA students have the ability to share their new ideas, it takes more authority to be able to add those changes to the charter.
BYU Marriott School of Management Associate Dean Keith Vorkink spoke on the challenges of drawing spiritual inferences during his devotional address. He said the Lord provides a way to help avoid making the mistake of solely relying on consequences.
A student employee is recognized every year during BYU’s student appreciation week. This year, Jaren Oldroyd not only won Student Employee of the Year for BYU but also won Regional and State Student Employee of the Year.