Moroni Benally, Coordinator of Advocacy and Public Policy of the Restoring Ancestral Winds Incorporated, visited the Introduction to Global Women’s Studies class on the first floor of the Kennedy Center. Advocating the rights of indigenous communities, he shared stories and numbers he described as being “sobering statistics.”

Excited students gathered in the Marriott Center this morning for the Nov. 12 devotional. Some students chattered throughout the crowd as they waited for the event to start, and others fixated on a series of inspirational videos presented by BYU’s Department of Dance.

Students at universities owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints may be wondering whether their respective university health center will continue to accept Medicaid next year. The concern comes after Twitter and Facebook forums called into question whether BYU-Idaho, and even BYU, will accept Medicaid as a provider for the student health […]

Attitudes towards sexual assault have improved at BYU since 2011, according to a recent study conducted by BYU sociology professor Melissa Jones and four undergraduate students: Meagan Andrus, Erica Bennett, Albana Reategui and Tianna Chandler.