Provo City Council passes rezone for more housing in South Provo

The Provo City Council approved the rezone of 8.5 acres in the Spring Creek neighborhood area to a medium density residential zone in a 5:2 vote on March 2.

Alpine School Board determines new elementary school boundaries

Members of the school board discussed the school boundaries for two new elementary schools in the district at their school board meeting on Feb. 23.
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BYU student teachers adapt and thrive in pandemic-era classrooms

Just as BYU students have had to adapt to COVID-19 restrictions, so have K-12 students, their teachers, and even the students teachers that are assigned to work with classrooms across Utah Valley.

Doctrine vs culture: Supporting women’s choices in the workplace, education

Women in Utah face unique challenges in the workplace and higher education due to the Church culture. While some believe women cannot work and have families, women in leadership positions prove otherwise.
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Where is BYU on female enrollment in STEM majors?

Statistics show female enrollment in STEM majors at BYU has increased over the past 10 years because of more awareness, opportunities and the supportive environments at BYU.

BYU, Utah women find healing amid high rates of sexual assault

The Younique Foundation, a Utah nonprofit organization is providing a Haven Retreat to educate, empower and help heal survivors of childhood sexual abuse.