Restaurants are fighting to keep up with changing health regulations, fears about the virus and decreasing sales as the country slowly shuts down in an effort to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
BYU's decision to stop selling Barq's root beer after it became caffeinated, eventually led to a non-caffeinated formula being sold throughout Utah, including on the BYU campus.
Many teams and businesses have tried to cope and adjust to their new reality after spring sports were suspended. One sector of BYU Athletics that has tried to readjusted is the Corporate Sponsorship Team (CST).
The convenience of online shopping has extended to social media. Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and other sites have created a way for smaller stores to get more attention.
Local businesses forced to adapt and innovate as the federal and state government restrict services in response to COVID-19.
Ice cream is one of the few acceptable "vices" that students have indulged in for decades, with a number of shops selling the frozen...