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BYU’s Experiential Learning Summit teaches professors how to help students gain...

BYU kicked off the first Experiential Learning Summit event of the school year on Sept. 11. The summit helps faculty develop best practices for experiential learning with their students. Experiential learning helps students apply what they learn in the classroom to the real world.

Descendants of BYU building namesakes, early Utah slaves respond to un-name...

A petition to un-name BYU buildings has gained state media attention as a subset of a nationwide movement to remove monuments to proponents of slavery and racial discrimination. For many descendants of these buildings' namesakes, the movement is personal.

Provo City Council debates supporting school bond

Provo City Councilors expressed mixed opinions about publicly supporting the Provo School District General Obligation Bond that will be on the ballot this November.

BYU Store reduces textbook prices, seeks to regain student business

The BYU Store is promising to offer the lowest textbook prices with its new Student First initiative. The program was designed to attract students who have taken their business elsewhere for textbooks.

Starting college during a pandemic: How the first-year experience will be...

Much of BYU's incoming freshman class experienced an unexpected twist to the end of their high school careers, resulting in virtual graduations. That trend of unique life events will continue as they start their first of year college — during a pandemic.

First-year international students can’t enter U.S. if classes all online

U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement said on Friday that first-year international students won't be allowed to enter the U.S. if classes are all online in the fall.