Hannah Miner

Students hold ‘rainbow day’ to support BYU LGBT community

Color the Campus celebrated the first "Rainbow Day" of the school year on Sept. 23. to show love and support for the LGBT community still hurting after Honor Code confusion.

BYU journalism documentary wins award

The company behind the Emmys honored BYU journalism with a 2020 Student Production Award for their documentary about the Camino de Santiago.

BYU College Democrats club focuses on increasing political participation

BYU College Democrats club is focusing on increasing political participation this semester by encouraging voter registration and campaign involvement.

Student teachers face new challenges amid pandemic

Student teachers in the Utah Valley are facing new challenges as they enter the classroom. However, these challenges have been a learning opportunity to become more versatile and skilled in their teaching.

BYU student employees don’t have sick leave, though some states require...

BYU students with part-time campus job can face a difficult decision when they are sick: Do they miss work and go without pay or go to work sick and potentially put others at risk? That risk during a pandemic can have much broader consequences for the approximately 14,000 students who have on-campus jobs, including an impact on roommates who can find themselves quarantined and unable to work or attend classes.

BYU to close on-campus dorm gathering areas, recreational facilities due to...

An email sent to BYU students from University Communications this afternoon addressed what changes will be made on campus after the Utah Department of Health announced Sept. 22 that Provo and Orem will move back into the orange (moderate risk) phase.