The Rev. Garang Gabriel Atem stood to address the crown of visitors. His kind eyes met the visitor’s as he described his refugee past and his adjustment to American culture. His soft smile beamed when he told of becoming a priest last year. Atem testified of God’s hand in his life, no matter where he was.
BYU is celebrating Mental Health Awareness week, which continues until April 7. The week has been filled with events meant to inform students and faculty about the mental health problems students may be suffering from and to show students they are not alone.
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.
Brigham Young University’s current students and recent graduates use the knowledge they have learned in the classroom to better the world around them.
Earlier this month, Provo women came together to celebrate womanhood for International Women’s Day. Women of…
More millennials get political news from Facebook than from CNN, the second highest news contender, according to a 2014 Pew Research Center study. And the two weren’t even close — Facebook beat the network by 17 percent.