Foreign language learning leads to cognitive benefits in students, experts say

Studying a second language can lead to benefits related to students' native language understanding, global and cultural empathy and cognitive abilities.

Provo schools, BYU ‘light the night’ to honor students and staff

BYU joined three local high schools in lighting up Provo the evening of Monday, May 4, to recognize the day Utahns had originally planned on reinstating in-person learning.

Missionaries returning due to pandemic causing increased spring enrollment

More students are enrolled for this spring term than last year, and the increased enrollment is being attributed to the missionaries returning home because of the pandemic.
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Semester grade changes raise questions for future grad students

BYU students who are considering attending graduate school debate whether to take the pass/fail option and if it will affect them negatively during the admissions process.

Provo City School District provides meals, Chromebooks for students

Provo City School District officials are working to ensure students continue learning — and eating — during school closures mandated by Utah Gov. Gary Herbert.

BYU group helps female faculty fight impostor syndrome

The Faculty Women’s Association works to connect women and provide them with the tools they need to be success as administrators and faculty at BYU.