Just Ask. These two words were the focus of Tuesday night’s event hosted by the Title IX Office about consent and safe dating practices.
Former BYU football players in the NFL experienced some highs and lows in week two. Zach Wilson struggled in a four interception performance while Ty'Son Williams continued his success on the ground in a Ravens win and Jamaal Williams made a splash on the Lions' Twitter account.
Another big drop in the Name, Image and Likeness bucket has fallen in Provo, with address verification company SmartyStreets entering into a deal with all female student-athletes at BYU on Tuesday.
The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square came back together for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. The choir had its first in-person rehearsal last night after 19 months of being apart. The choir stopped all rehearsals, performances and recordings March of last year.
One major asset to the Provo and Orem music scene is the abundance of local concert venues. Live music venues in Utah County are being revitalized after many were shut down during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A BYU librarian and team of student researchers are fulfilling the dying wish of a beloved Provo bookseller by connecting families with their family history archives.
FanX, an expo of pop culture and Utah’s hub for all things geeky, returned to the Salt Palace Convention Center from Thursday to Saturday after its 2020 cancellation because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
https://www.facebook.com/BYUNewsline/posts/1768917556601541Upbeat hosts talk covid vaccine updates, the Spacex launch, People's Choice Awards and the exciting news about the current season of Grey's Anatomy.