BYU’s Anti-Racism Club celebrates Native American Heritage Month

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.

Multicultural Student Services celebrates Native American Heritage Month

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.

Where to celebrate Veterans Day this weekend

Saturday, Nov. 11 is Veterans Day, and this weekend BYU and other locations in the Provo-Orem area will be hosting a variety of events to honor the men and women who have served in the U.S. military. Here's a look at what's going on.

Fiesta celebrates Latino culture

Students from across the university performed a variety of dances from different Latin American cultures for BYU's annual Fiesta event Friday, Nov. 3.

Cougstival is back this week with new prizes and new ways to serve

Cougstival, BYU's week-long service-oriented scavenger hunt around BYU campus, begins Nov. 6 and will continue throughout the week until Saturday, Nov. 11.  

BYU EMS performs biannual mass casualty incident drill

BYU EMTs and student nurses participated in their biannual mass casualty incident drill in the Marriott Center on Saturday, Nov. 4. The incident involved hundreds of student volunteers in addition to the BYU police and Provo fire departments.
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