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Column: We need a LaVell Edwards statue at BYU

Statues are the highest honor in all of sports. So why doesn't BYU have a LaVell Edwards statue?

“You always want to be the team that everyone is gunning...

"You always want to be the team that everyone is gunning for" — BYU women's soccer ready to strike back following first-ever College Cup...


‘I didn’t really learn anything’: COVID grads face college

Angel Hope looked at the math test and felt lost. He had just graduated near the top of his high school class, winning scholarships from prestigious colleges. But on this test — a University of Wisconsin exam that measures what new students learned in high school — all he could do was guess.It was like the disruption of the pandemic was catching up to him all at once.Nearly a third of Hope’s high school career was spent at home, in virtual classes that were hard to follow and easy to brush aside. Some days he skipped school to work extra hours at his job. Some days he played games with his brother and sister. Other days he just stayed in bed.


Film students empower women with the FEMME project

For seven years, Utah Valley University has been putting on the Females Empowered by Movie Making Experiences or FEMME project, which involves a student-led cast and crew comprised only of women.

Dancers from all over the world perform at the Springville World Folk Festival’s opening...

The Springville World Folkfest had its opening night on July 27, and will feature 250 dancers who traveled to Utah from 10 different countries to showcase their talents until the closing night this Saturday. The event will include performances, food trucks, activities and more.

Are Utah’s cookies really at war?

The "Utah Cookie Wars" continue as Dirty Dough and Crave push back against Crumbl's lawsuit.