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Honor Code Office incorporates internal assessment system, new student communication

Protesters gather at the Restore Honor protest on BYU campus in April. (Arianna Davidson) The BYU Honor Code...

BYU ranks No. 1 ‘Stone-Cold Sober School’ for 22nd straight year

It's official. For its 22nd straight year, BYU has topped The Princeton Review's chart of "Stone-Cold Sober Schools."

Chick-fil-A offers free food to anyone dressed like a cow

Provo residents dressed like cows are coming in herds to Chick-fil-A for a free entree today. Guests who come dressed as cows from 10:45 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. will receive a free entree, and the Chick-fil-A at BYU’s Cougareat will be happily serving their bovine-attired community. 

Religious Freedom Annual Review evaluates newest Supreme Court justices

A discussion panel at BYU Law's Religious Freedom Annual Review took an in-depth look at the newest Supreme Court justices, Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, to determine how they might rule in future religious freedom cases.

Shane Reese appointed as new academic vice president

BYU has appointed Shane Reese as the new academic vice president, effective June 3, the school announced on May 22.

Highlights from BYU colleges

BYU graphic design senior Ainsley Rose Romero won CommandX, a national graphic design competition consisting of students and graduates of top-rated design schools and companies.