Campus

Jillian Argento

How BYU students can prepare for natural disasters

Seventy-two hour kits and food storage are fundamental to the emergency preparedness principles promoted by the LDS church and BYU. Yet community members and students can still go beyond these suggestions to increase their chances of safety during an emergency event.

Sports

Jaren Wilkey/BYU

BYU men’s basketball beats Utah 77-65 to sweep in-state opponents

Elijah Bryant had 29 points and nine rebounds in a 77-65 victory over rival Utah in the Deseret First Duel. The win snapped a...
BYU Athletics

BYU football introduces new offensive coordinator Jeff Grimes

BYU football held a press conference Saturday morning to introduce new offensive coordinator Jeff Grimes to the media. "It's a great day for BYU football,"...

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Life

Jillian Argento

How BYU students can prepare for natural disasters

Seventy-two hour kits and food storage are fundamental to the emergency preparedness principles promoted by the LDS church and BYU. Yet community members and students can still go beyond these suggestions to increase their chances of safety during an emergency event.

Top stories of 2017: Social media

See the top posts of the year by The Daily Universe on Twitter and Facebook.
Dani Jardine

BYU announces free transit passes for students and faculty

BYU President Kevin J Worthen announced a partnership Thursday with the Utah Transit Authority and Utah Valley University allowing over 100,000 students, faculty and their dependents to have free transit passes. The pass program will begin in August prior to the 2018-2019 school year and continue for the next ten years.