Virtual reality started out as a new and different form of at-home gaming but has become equivalent to going out to play laser tag or see a movie with friends. Provo and Orem have both opened up virtual reality arcades.
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.
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.
Not all BYU students have credit cards. BYU bioinformatics student Michael Watkins does not have a credit card due to concerns about them and their impact on his personal finance history.
BYU students and alumni are turning their passions into profitable business.
The BYU Women in Finance organization has grown and expanded this year in an effort to encourage more women to consider choosing finance as a major. This organization really started to take off when Tina Ashby was appointed as the faculty advisor and when she chose the student leadership that would help her out.