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BYU announces change to COVID-19 testing plan

BYU announced changes to its Winter Semester COVID-19 testing plan on Jan. 5. The university had originally planned to test students with in-person classes or on-campus residency every 14 days, whether students were symptomatic or not. Instead, BYU has adopted a new testing plan developed by the Utah System of Higher Education.

Highlights from BYU colleges: Advertising students win awards, Engineering program receives...

School of Communications The documentary "Lionheart" was one of three BYU AdLab campaigns to garner national recognition. (Cameron...

Highlights from BYU colleges: Cybersecurity program earns top 10, alumna runs...

Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering The BYU Cybersecurity department's resources include the pictured virtual escape room. The...

Homeless woman found dead on campus

The LaVell Edwards Stadium stands empty in June 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic. A homeless woman was found dead just south...

Black voices amplified in photography exhibit

Members of the Black community in Utah and their experiences come to life in the photography exhibit, “The Black Stories Project,” now on display on the fifth floor of the Harold B. Lee Library.

BYU classes on race and gender offered Winter 2021

There is more demand than supply for classes on race, gender and diversity at Brigham Young University, according to professor of sociology Jacob Rugh.