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.

International Education Week kicks off at BYU

International Education Week is a nationwide initiative to help American students increase their global awareness and understanding of diverse cultures, and it is happening at BYU this week.

Where to celebrate Veterans Day this weekend

Saturday, Nov. 11 is Veterans Day, and this weekend BYU and other locations in the Provo-Orem area will be hosting a variety of events to honor the men and women who have served in the U.S. military. Here's a look at what's going on.

Elder Gary B. Sabin encourages students on their academic journeys

Elder Gary B. Sabin of the Seventy encouraged students on their academic journeys and invited them to view their entire lives as preparation to graduate from life with honor in his devotional address on Tuesday, Nov. 7.
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