Matt Finlayson

American Heritage has a new groove

American Heritage has been a staple of BYU life for the last 25 years, loved and feared by many. This semester, the class has a COVID-19-inspired upgrade: all class sections are combined in one online, livestream class of about 2,500 students.


Three things to know about BYU Football’s first matchup against Troy

The BYU Cougars and Troy Trojans meet on the gridiron for the first time in program history on Saturday, Sept. 26.
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BYU Women’s Soccer prepares as NCAA works toward spring season

The NCAA approved a proposal to move the 2020 fall championships to the spring of 2021, giving hope to BYU Women's Soccer and a goal to work toward.


Fall foliage forecast shows Utah County leaves may peak early

Those hoping to catch the peak of the changing fall colors in Utah County this year may have to get out a little bit earlier than usual.

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Addie Blacker

Y-Serve finds ways to serve in a pandemic

Y-Serve leadership is focusing on individual service and outreach while also transforming their programs at a time when service opportunities are limited.

Department of Dance hosts weekly virtual performances

Adjustments are being made across campus to make sure students still have opportunities to participate in their hobbies, passions and education. To follow safety procedures but continue to perform, BYU Dance announced they will be live-streaming a dance performance every Friday at 5 p.m. from now until Thanksgiving break.

Women’s Services and Resources kicks off annual “Be You” challenge focusing on self-worth

BYU Women’s Services and Resources began their annual 10-day “Be You” challenge on Wednesday with a goal of increasing self-worth, confidence and acceptance in students.


The pandemic’s impact on small businesses



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