Students lined up to sign a health waiver, pay the $3 entry fee and borrow a pair of skates. They then entered the BYU WSC Ballroom to spend the next several hours skating in circles on the dance floor. A disco ball and colored lights helped set the mood, while music from the 70s played from the speakers.
YU Student Wellness put on their annual Midnight Madness event on Sept. 23 at the Richards Building where students were able to participate in recreational activities from 10pm-12am.
Jennifer Ortiz, Director of the Utah Division of State History, spoke to attendees in the Harold B. Lee Library as part of the Fernando R. Gomez Latino Lecture Series.
The BYU Women's Services & Resources center kicked off their annual Be You campaign on Wednesday, Sept. 14, and encouraged students to build healthy habits and increase self-acceptance.
The Dean of the Howard University Divinity School, Dr. Yolanda Pierce, spoke to the BYU community and guests on September 15th about early Black American religion and Interfaith opportunities.
People gathered at LaVell Edwards Stadium to climb 2,071 steps in honor of first responders who lost their lives in the tragic 9/11 attacks.