Provo City Council members answered student’s questions at the Policy Discussion Lunch on BYU campus. Students, faculty, and residents listened and participated in the discussion. Issues such as parking, housing, recycling, public transportation, and minorities were discussed.
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Law enforcement may soon have better protection thanks to BYU engineers and the ancient Japanese art of paper folding.
BYU scored poorly for social mobility in comparison to most other universities in the U.S., according to a recent report released by a team of researchers led by Raj Chetty of Stanford University.
The Provo City Council will hold a discussion over lunch at BYU. Council members will listen to students who attend as well as discuss agenda items. Community members and students are invited to attend.
Cinemark Movies 8 — Provo’s dollar theater — is closing its doors, though a specific closure date has not yet been announced.
Provo hosted an all-day celebration of International Women’s Day by organizing free events for locals, including a lecture series, a chocolate tasting and a 1920s-themed after party.