BYU's Pre-Professional Advisement Center is helping undergraduate students prepare to apply to postgraduate professional schools during the months of May and June. Professional schools include law, medical, dental and others that train students for professional careers.
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BYU's vice president of information technology and chief information officer, Tracy Flinders, addressed BYU students about obtaining higher education and giving equal time to the Lord. Flinders' May 10 devotional focused on obtaining a higher education at BYU through heavenly help by giving the Lord equal time and remembering everyone's identity as divine children of God.
The BYU Museum of Art opened their exhibit "Prophets, Priests and Queens: James Tissot's Men and Women of the Old Testament" to the public after eight years of preparation.
Gov. Spencer Cox declared a 30-day state of emergency in response to the severe drought impacting most of the state. BYU grounds is taking steps to conserve water during this drought.
BYU student entrepreneurs developed a new app called Ontray. Ontray allows local chefs to cook and sell meals from their home.