Because of the separation of powers between the national legislature, the presidency, the courts, and the bureaucracy, as well as state governors, legislatures, and courts, Pope said “substantial and sustained coalitions,” or broad majorities who can hold on to power for longer periods of time, are necessary to change and control policy.
BYU professor Matthew Wickman spoke on thriving spiritually and how overcoming trials can be navigated by strength of the spirit and remembering spiritual gifts. He addressed students remotely from the Marriot Center on Dec. 1.
Religion professor Anthony Sweat released a book that was seven years in the making. His book, Repicturing the Restoration shares 25 original painting depicting never before seen art from Church history.
Four BYU professors created a new test that detects antibiotic resistant bacteria in the blood to help people with blood diseases find treatment sooner.
All BYU students now have the opportunity to take a new class that will help them build a foundation of understanding and respecting diversity.
Despite BYU’s encouragement for students to return home for Thanksgiving and stay there, many BYU students are choosing to stay in Provo or, if they are leaving, to return to Provo before Christmas.