Peer mentors and freshmen take on COVID-19

BYU's peer mentoring program has changed and adapted to COVID-19 guidelines in the 2020-2021 school semesters, but students and mentors are still finding ways to connect.

How to teach students about the US Capitol insurrection

BYU history professors offered their insights on how to discuss the Capitol breach with students and compared it to other historical events.

Computer science students explore business world, become entrepreneurs

BYU computer science students learn to apply business strategies to the creation and development of their own software ideas to better prepare them for future careers in a computer science class "Creating and Managing a Software Business."

Students struggle with online test proctoring systems

Some BYU students doubt the effectiveness of Proctorio and feel that the system can be anxiety inducing.
Rebecca Nissen

How does online learning affect students with ADHD?

Roommates, video games, social media, the news — all distractions students may face as they adjust to online learning during COVID-19. For some students with learning disabilities like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), online learning can be either beneficial or detrimental.

BYU music director retires after 35 years

BYU Director of Bands Donald Peterson will retire at the end of the school year after 35 years at BYU.