Some international students at BYU are puzzled at the hesitancy of Americans in getting vaccinated. Many international students have seen a positive approach toward getting vaccinated in their home countries, which contrasts some American viewpoints about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Full-time BYU employees are facing a particular set of problems resulting from BYU’s health insurance plan and its lack of birth control coverage. BYU is currently covered by Deseret Mutual Benefit Administrators, its sole health insurance provider. Birth control in any form is not directly covered by the insurance plan.
The David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies will host its annual Study Abroad Fair Thursday, Sept. 16, on the Marigold Quad south of the MARB.
Highlights from BYU colleges: College of Life Sciences welcomes new professor, business school offers finance recruitment prep class
College of Life SciencesThe Department of Plant and Wildlife Sciences welcomed new associate professor April Hulet last month. Hulet's areas of expertise include rangeland,...
For Cougareat patrons this week, BYU’s staffing problems are more than apparent. Long lines and wait times, cancelled orders and premature closing of businesses have been common occurrences since campus returned to full student capacity this semester.Businesses such as the Cougar Cafe have been forced to open much later in the day, while other establishments like Taco Bell have been temporarily closed.
Highlights from BYU Colleges: Business school yields innovation, student destigmatizes women’s health
Marriott School of BusinessMarriott School of Business student Mikayla Cheng hopes to help students blend together and make connections through her self-developed app "Tiedye."...