BYU students’ COVID-19 action plan places second in national competition

Four undergraduate students won second place in the National Association of State Procurement Officials' inaugural case study competition.

Utah State Board of Education releases annual report card

The Utah State Board of Education released its yearly report card for schools statewide, demonstrating academic progress and regression for the years 2021-2022.

Language immersion students reflect on the program’s recent name change

BYU's Language Immersion Student Residence recently changed its name, with the goal of clarifying the program's purpose and eliminating confusion. 

General Education associate dean creates unexpected connections

For most people, trolls, the environment, International Cinema and general education do not have a lot in common. But for Christopher "Chip" Oscarson, associate dean of general education, these things have shaped his life and helped him create unexpected connections.

Student groups take action against overpriced textbooks

Multiple groups are taking action to try to protect students from overpriced textbooks.
Brittany Allen

COVID disrupts international students’ learning

The COVID-19 pandemic brought a lot of uncertainty surrounding Peruvian graphic design student Juan Gutierrez's studies at BYU. Financial issues, the shift to online learning and visa challenges have all contributed to BYU international student enrollment decline.