This week is Care Week, meaning clubs all over campus are going to be hosting different activities and fundraisers to raise money for their charities of their choice.
Elder Quentin L. Cook addressed the BYU community on Nov. 14 and spoke on faith and challenges, love and belonging, life planning and balance, standing for truth and prophetic guidance.
The BYU Republicans and BYU Democrats met together on Nov. 9 for their once-a-semester live debate. The debate featured three speakers from each political club and discussed three hot-button topics.
International Education Week is a nationwide initiative to help American students increase their global awareness and understanding of diverse cultures, and it is happening at BYU this week.
BYU’s Anti-Racism Club kicked off Native American Heritage Month by hosting Native American alumni who spoke about their various experiences as indigenous people on Wednesday, Nov. 8.
BYU Multicultural Student Services hosted Rock Your Mocs Nov. 7-9, encouraging all students to learn about Native American culture and how to make moccasins.