BYU Director of Publications and Graphics Jeff McClellan and his daughter Lizzy McClellan, a BYU animation student, played a cover of the BYU fight song on their bagpipes, but rather than using just one backdrop, the duo recreated iconic campus locations at their home.
They remade the duck pond, planetarium, Monte L. Bean Museum, LaVell Edwards Stadium and more.
Grammy-winning rapper 21 Savage announced on Wednesday that he will launch a free online financial literacy program for youth at home during the pandemic. The initiative is called Bank Account at Home. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms partnered with the program to provide tablets and WiFi to underserved students in the city.
“I feel like it’s important more than ever to give our next generation the tools to succeed in life,” said 21 Savage.
A BYU engineering capstone project that began eight years ago has now transformed into an innovative, inexpensive way to treat COVID-19 patients.
The original project aimed to create an infant ventilator for premature babies that could be used in third-world countries. BYU grads Erica and Kindall Palmer were in the process of seeking FDA approval for the neonatal ventilator when the COVID-19 pandemic hit and they realized their ventilator design could help.
After almost four months of the pandemic, many families have run through all of their at-home games and activities. It was no different for the Presley family from North Carolina. What started as one challenge filmed for TikTok evolved into a whole series of events and games using household objects to keep them entertained.
Spoiler alert: According to ESPN, the Presley’s dad got the gold medal in the end.