Many BYU students are excited about Studio Ghibli's upcoming film “The Boy and the Heron.” It will be the first film the studio has put out in 10 years and it is set to release to U.S. theaters on Dec. 8.
Each year, a group of BYU students crowd around their computers in anticipation, waiting to apply to the English 318R workshop class — a highly sought course taught once a year by the notable high fantasy and science fiction author Brandon Sanderson.
Instagram recently released an update that allows users to upload posts and reels exclusively for their Close Friends list.
For some students, Halloween isn't complete without horror films. A number of these films were made in Utah, which ranks as the thirteenth deadliest state in the U.S., according to a horror film analysis by CableTV.
Students from across the university performed a variety of dances from different Latin American cultures for BYU's annual Fiesta event Friday, Nov. 3.
Spotify announced Spotify Premium users will soon have access to 150,000 audiobooks and 15 hours of free listening per month, “giving them the ability to enjoy as many titles as they want within that monthly allocation,” according to Spotify Newsroom.