BYU store discontinues automatically ordering textbooks for freshmen

BYU store discontinued automatically fulfilling student book lists due to logistics, and students have mixed feelings about it.

Language immersion students reflect on the program’s recent name change

BYU's Language Immersion Student Residence recently changed its name, with the goal of clarifying the program's purpose and eliminating confusion. 

 BYU Jerusalem Center alumni revisit the Holy Land—’it felt like coming home’

On a trip organized and planned by volunteers from the BYU Jerusalem Center Alumni, a group of alumni returned to some sites that they visited as students several years ago.

BYU College of Humanities whips up an international cookbook

BYU Humanities put together a cookbook. Its goal is to highlight the rich cultural experience the school offers.

BYU Museum of Art presents new exhibit “Of Souls and Sacraments: Symbol and Context in Christian Art”

“Of Souls and Sacraments: Symbol and Context in Christian Art” is a new art exposition at the BYU Museum of Art. It focuses on symbols and themes from Christianity to inspire viewers to gain new understanding of Christianity through art.

BYU research highlights the importance of parent intervention for children with autism

New research from Brigham Young University found that kids with autism spectrum disorder have better outcomes when parents are equipped to intervene at home. 
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