Students and faculty from various departments across campus had big plans for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day this year, including live dance performances, music played through bike-powered sound systems and a series of speeches. Unfortunately, the global pandemic caused a cancellation of those plans.
The BYU campus has changed drastically due to the spread of COVID-19 throughout the country and the world. Find out how the...
BYU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) hosted a Zoom conference for students on Thursday, April 9. The meeting's purpose was to give advice on dealing with stress and increasing motivation during times of uncertainty.
BYU Women's Conference announced April 8 via a live video on Facebook that this year's conference will be a "virtual gathering."
College graduation is considered to be a milestone moment for many. But the COVID-19 pandemic is forcing this year's BYU seniors to grapple with how missing out on graduation is impacting them in the present and will impact them in the future.
BYU Women's Conference announced last week that the conference will not be held on the BYU campus as originally scheduled on April 30 and May 1 due to COVID-19 concerns. Members who were planning on attending are now dealing with canceled travel plans, reimbursed tickets, and disappointment.