Campus

New York Times columnist visits BYU, encourages empathetic relationships

David Brooks told a BYU audience that empathetic relationships and being more open can inspire Americans to get to know each other and become more unified as a nation.

Sports

Photo Story: BYU vs Boise State

BYU defeated No. 14 Boise State 28-25 in the Cougars' stormy homecoming game at LaVell Edwards Stadium on Oct. 19. The Cougars' meeting with the previously undefeated Broncos marked the teams' 10th meeting and the Cougars' third win in the series.

Women’s tennis player Leah Heimuli transfers to BYU

Junior Leah Heimuli accepted the offer to play for the BYU women’s tennis team after three years playing at two different universities. BYU is her third.

Metro

Protestors argue Utah inland port will do more harm than good

The Utah inland port is planned to develop over 16,000 acres in the northwest quadrant of Salt Lake City. Citizens are concerned with the potential damage to habitat and wet lands, air quality and traffic the port may case.

Life

YouTubers: Who makes it, who doesn’t and is it worth it?

It's 10 a.m. on Jan. 2 in Brewer, Maine. The temperature hasn't yet reached 25 degrees but Craig Haywood, a Skowhegan resident is out...

LDS Native American panel discusses perspectives on Columbus

Four Native American professors hosted a panel to talk about varying viewpoints on controversial Italian explorer Christopher Columbus held by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Utah trade delegation travels to Japan in hopes of economic expansion

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert and representatives from 22 of Utah’s leading companies visited Japan on a trade mission to expand Utah’s global presence, strengthen trade opportunities and forge relationships.

Opinion