The BYU’s Commercial Music Expo is a two-day event filled with music workshops, devotionals, and concerts on July 14-15.
Tuesdays and Thursdays in July, the Museum of Peoples and Cultures hosts Mornings at the Museum, full of hands-on activities for children.
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Utah County residents gathered to voice everything from concern about pumping money into an “already failing system” to support for Utah’s future at one of seven public hearings held across the state Tuesday to discuss an initiative that could hike taxes and generate $700 million a year for public education.
“The hope is to get (kids) interested in engineering, and specifically this kind of engineering. If you could influence them at (a young age), you have a much better chance before they went to high school to try to steer them towards it.” – Aaron Hawkins, BYU Professor
A panel of members of differing faiths discussed higher education and religious diversity at BYU’s Annual Religious Freedom Review.