BYU nonprofit gives specialized medical care to Native American reservations

Western Reperfusion is a BYU nonprofit group that specializes in providing information and connections to Native Americans on neighboring reservations in order to raise awareness of a medical condition known as PAD.


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Wilson shoulder surgery keeps him from throwing in spring play

BYU quarterback Zach Wilson will not be participating in contact drills during spring camp because of surgery on his throwing shoulder in January.
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Top 7 BYU sporting events to attend this winter

There are only two months left of the winter semester. Here are the top seven home sporting events to attend before the semester ends:


Mayor Kaufusi calls Provo ‘blessed’ in State of the City address

Provo Mayor Michelle Kaufusi began her State of the City address Feb. 19 by thanking the council members and reminding the audience that everything done for the city is done in partnership with others.


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BYU film professors discuss 2019 Academy Awards

BYU Film and Media Arts professors gave their insights about this year’s Academy Awards nominees regarding inclusivity, the ceremony in general and what content they choose to consume.

AI taking over the workplace, but experts say there’s no need to worry

The artificial intelligence revolution is here.

Fond memories, frustrations remain for Amanda Knight Hall

While rumors of treasure remain unconfirmed, the Amanda Knight Hall still holds a treasure of a different kind: fond memories, according to assistant linguistics professor Troy Cox.


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