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BYU Women’s Conference invites all women to be strengthened, inspired, united

The 45th annual BYU Women's Conference invites all women to partake of the promises and blessings God has in store for everyone.
Matthew Madsen

Students lead restoration project for Y Mountain trailhead

Students and volunteers have collaborated to embark on a restoration and preservation project on the Y Mountain trailhead. BYU restoration ecology professor Matthew Madsen oversees a wildlife and wildlands conservation class. A group of his students is leading the way to restore natural plant life at the trailhead on Y Mountain.
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BYU not concerned over COVID-19 testing decrease but encourages vigilance

Utah has seen a steady decrease in people getting tested for COVID-19 over the past three months. BYU officials said they are not concerned about the decrease in the number of tests on campus but are looking forward to wider vaccine distribution.
Ariel Wong

Highlights from BYU colleges: Student wins national piano competition, graduate opens...

College of Fine Arts and Communications BYU piano performance major Ariel Wong won the top prize in...

English department remembers late professor

The BYU English department recently renamed its Women in Academia panel in honor of a professor who passed away earlier this year. English professor Brandie R. Siegfried passed away on February 17, 2021 after a battle with breast cancer, and the college remembers her as an advocate for women’s education.

Pandemic woes are hampering wedding plans for international students

The pandemic is affecting international weddings, relatives cannot travel so freely as they used to and the immigration status change is another challenge to face.