Defining genocide: BYU professors, students look to understand its meaning

The Daily Universe conducted a four-question anonymous survey of BYU students to analyze their responses on questions about genocide.

BYU’s math department receives national recognition from American Mathematical Society

In October 2023, The American Mathematical Society (AMS) announced BYU's program as their 2024 Exemplary Program recipient.

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers: a familia

The BYU chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers seeks to leverage Hispanic students' experiences in STEM-related fields by providing a professional support network.

Rising from the ashes: Journalism students document Maui wildfire aftermath

Four students and two faculty members in the journalism sequence of the BYU School of Communications traveled to Lahaina, Maui in October to document rebuilding efforts following the August Maui wildfires.

Interfaith: The new revolution at BYU

BYU plans to increase interfaith efforts and religious literacy on campus with the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations grant.

Elder Cook speaks about faith, truth, prophetic guidance during devotional

Elder Quentin L. Cook addressed the BYU community on Nov. 14 and spoke on faith and challenges, love and belonging, life planning and balance, standing for truth and prophetic guidance.
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