Associate dean promotes physical, digital proximity to others

College of Fine Arts and Communications Associate Dean Amy Jensen promoted physical and digital proximity as a way to build empathetic relationships with others during her forum address on July 27.


BYU football players racking up award watchlist selections

The BYU football team had six players named to a bevy of national award watchlists over the last week, including three players with multiple selections.

Athletes, coaches with BYU connections to represent at Tokyo Olympics

Five athletes and two coaches with BYU connections will represent their nations in their respective sports.


Production resumes for new Book of Mormon videos

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has resumed production of its Book of Mormon videos after a yearlong hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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‘Once I Was Engaged’ features college student’s journey to marriage

''Once I Was Engaged'' comes to theaters July 21, featuring the story of a young woman learning how to handle life's detours when her plans to serve an LDS mission change after meeting the man of her dreams.
Lori Jenkins

Misconceptions about sexual assault abound in Utah

Rape is the only violent crime in Utah that is higher than the national average according to the Health Indicator Report of Sexual Violence from the Public Health Indicator Based Information System. There are many misconceptions about sexual assault and rape in Utah and throughout the nation.
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2021: a busy wedding season post COVID-19

Weddings are in order as the pandemic subsides, with 2021 expected to be one of the busiest years for couples.


General Conference held virtually

0 Stewart reports on General Conference being held virtually.