Mongolian ambassador visits BYU to present Order of the Polar Star

The Mongolian ambassador to the U.S., Batbayar Ulziidelger, visited BYU on Friday, Oct. 13 to honor Richard Cook with the Order of the Polar Star for his service in education to Mongolian youth.

Agar art competition blends science and art while encouraging experiential learning

The Department of Microbiology and Molecular Biology combined science and art through its unique, semi-annual Agar Art Competition last week.

BYU professor wins Daughters of American Revolution award

BYU professor Jill N. Crandell, associate professor of history and director for the Center for Family History and Genealogy, was recently awarded the Ellen Hardin Walworth Medal for Patriotism by The Daughters of the American Revolution.

Lean into Light: BYU Homecoming adds new features while relying on tradition

BYU’s Homecoming traditions trace their history back more than 125 years, and the 2023 version of Homecoming is relying on that legacy while adding...

Provo Fire & Rescue invites BYU students to learn and practice fire safety

In honor of National Fire Prevention Week, Provo Fire & Rescue is working with Provo City and the BYU campus community to educate residents and students about fire safety.

BYU students produce award-winning short film

A short film recently produced by several BYU Media Arts students gained national recognition and has been included in several international film festivals throughout the past few months. 
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