BYU professor Joseph Price co-authored a study in the “Journal of Urban Economics” that suggests Uber may be more of a help than harm to public transit.

“Mick Jagger Spicy Mac ‘n’ Cheese,” “Bad to the Bone BLT” and rock ‘n’ roll music will all be part of the themed atmosphere at the Pendulum Court Cafe on Nov. 15, the cafe’s last day open this semester. Every semester dietetics program interns create a theme day for the cafe — and this semester’s […]

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles made a call to former scholar, educator and member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles Neal A. Maxwell as a young graduate student seeking advice. Elder Holland called Elder Maxwell without ever meeting him prior.

The need for diversity education was brought to the forefront in the BYU School of Communications after blackface controversy occurred at a Halloween party hosted by the BYU AdLab. An emotionally-charged two weeks following the incident culminated in a panel discussion spearheaded by BYU Communications student Hector Martinez on Nov. 8 in the Jesse Knight Building.