BYU Theatre Ballet recently stepped away from the stage and into the woods to film the classic ballet story “Giselle.”
BYU has added additional specifics to its COVID-19 protocols following announcements that other Utah universities will begin mandating COVID-19 vaccines.
Some incoming freshmen at BYU said the pandemic has influenced their intended fields of study. Of the freshmen The Daily Universe interviewed, those who said they were influenced by the pandemic decided to either go into the medical field or saw a greater need to help others and chose a major that could achieve that. Some students experienced internship and job shadow opportunities that opened their eyes to new or different career paths and others experienced a surplus of time during quarantine that allowed them to figure out what they were passionate about.
Highlights from BYU Colleges: BYU Law to launch new Jerusalem initiative, geology professor maps Utah’s landscape
J. Reuben Clark Law SchoolThe J. Reuben Clark Law School will launch a new initiative with the Jerusalem Center in late April and early...
BYU students who are "Dreamers" face unique challenges at BYU because of their undocumented status. BYU students are stuck in a spot where because they are undocumented, they are recognized as international students but have less opportunities available to them and are left scared they might get in trouble for flying under the radar.
Highlights from BYU Colleges: Study finds praise helps middle school students, BYU professors discover possible most lifeless place on Earth
David O. McKay School of EducationA new study conducted by professors in the David O. McKay School of Education shows positive reinforcement toward middle...