Highlights from BYU Colleges: Marketing students win corporate competition, Life Science students research multiple sclerosis

BYU microbiology and molecular biology professor Mary Davis worked with students Will Brugger and Jeremy Beales to research how genetic risk affects the severity of a multiple sclerosis prognosis.

BYU professor strengthens research in friction stir technology

BYU manufacturing engineering professor Yuri Hovanski and his BYU research lab are well-known for their groundbreaking research in friction stir technology.

Public notice: BYU accreditation visit

An evaluation committee of the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) will visit Brigham Young University on April 6-8, 2022, to conduct a regular year-seven comprehensive evaluation regarding the university’s accreditation.

Student safety at BYU? Some have worries about a variety of challenges

BYU has a reputation for being one of the safest campuses in the country. However, students speaking with The Universe mentioned different ways they feel unsafe on campus. 

Electric skateboard riders push for repeal of campus ban

University Police Lt. Jeff Long said all transportation except for bikes have been banned on campus for at least 30 years. Some students think that it's time for a change.

BYU Adaptive Show Choir to perform this weekend

BYU Adaptive Show Choir is a service-based program that started in Winter of 2018 where volunteers are paired one-on-one with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to learn music and choreography together in preparation for a concert at the end of the semester.
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