Utah, BYU lessens COVID-19 restrictions

BYU announced the university will no longer require proof of vaccination to attend large events on campus. Governor Spencer Cox also announced lessened COVID-19 restrictions, moving Utah out of emergency mode.

Office for Civil Rights dismisses Title IX complaint against BYU

The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights has dismissed a Title IX complaint against BYU that alleged discrimination toward students in same-sex relationships, the university announced on Feb. 10.

BYU students’ cars trapped because of surprise snowfall

This morning, BYU students came back from their classes to find their cars locked in between other cars in the Y lot across from Brick Oven.

BYU professor hosts press conference, responds to defamation lawsuit

BYU professor Benjamin Abbott hosted a press conference Feb 1. at the Lindon Marina boat dock where he and his legal team addressed the public about the suit filed against him by Lake Restoration Solutions on Jan. 10.

Gov. Cox allows time off for state employees to substitute in Utah schools

Gov. Spencer Cox issued an executive order on Jan. 31 allowing state employees to take approved time off and help fill staffing gaps in Utah public and private schools.

Former BYU professor charged with 5 additional counts of forcible sexual abuse

Former BYU professor Michael James Clay, was originally charged in June 2020 with sexually abusing one of his students. He was charged with an additional five additional counts of forcible sexual abuse on Jan. 14.
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