BYU student Lauren Olsen was feeling discouraged after months of being the only woman at BYU Pre-Dental Club activities. “On several occasions when asked about my career plans, I shared that I’m planning on becoming a dentist. The boys would reply, ‘Oh, you mean, you want to be a dental hygienist?’” Olsen said. “I’d laugh and say, ‘No, a dentist — just like you.'”
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 campus gives student employees the opportunity to be recognized for their hard work every single year.
BYUSA President Avery Harding and Executive Vice President Addie Hulme are excited to pass on their leadership positions to 2017-2018 election winners Dillon Ostlund and Katelyn Strobel.
Snow days continue to be rare on BYU campus despite wintery conditions.
BYU senior Dalin Earls biked across Utah as part of a 15-day adventure to participate in ordinances at every LDS temple within the state this June. 1,174 miles later, Earls has an increased appreciation for temple work and an inspirational story to share.