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.
Native American students at BYU said they see Native American Heritage Month as an opportunity to share, represent and educate others about their Native culture.
Utah artist and BYU alumna Jessica Heaton traveled to New York City for a weeklong residency program with the Center for Latter-day Saint Arts. There, she choreographed and produced a dance short film titled “Nonlinear.”
Students from across the university performed a variety of dances from different Latin American cultures for BYU's annual Fiesta event Friday, Nov. 3.
For months, BYU students practice and prepare for Fiesta on Nov. 3rd, - a celebration highlighting the beauty of Latin American cultures through dance and song.
Luz de las Naciones which translates to “Light of the Nations” is an annual Latin American celebration hosted by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.