The time of year has come. The leaves are changing colors, the air is getting colder and BYU students are beginning to register for winter classes. Here are 10 suggested courses for students looking for some extra credits or fun and insightful learning opportunities:
Lieutenant Gov. Deidre Henderson visited BYU campus to talk with students about how she balances family, career and more.
It's raining, it's pouring, the judges keep scoring, hats on their heads, no music read and performances far from boring. The Rocky Mountain Marching Invitational hosts high school marching bands across Utah to perform in LaVell Edwards Stadium.
BYU Hispanos Unidos is a club for students from Spanish speaking or Latin American countries. The purpose of the club is to help them express their identity and give them resources to feel included and involved at BYU.
Over the last year BYU was recognized worldwide for biomedical chips smaller than the size of a coin. When most people think of a lab, they think of people in a white coat in a large room. But because of BYU's new technology, a lab can be smaller than a grain of rice. BYU professors and students are shrinking the size of a medical laboratory from a room full of machines to a coin-sized chip.
The newly-built West View Building on campus was dedicated today by Bishop W. Christopher Waddell, the first counselor in the Presiding Bishopric.