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International students find success amid cultural challenges

Being a minority leads to challenges in and of itself, but leaving home to come to another country adds its own unique set of difficulties. Several students at BYU have felt these hardships, overcome them and excelled as they have come to study in the U.S.
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Sickness, fear, harassment in Mexico whittle away at caravan

Migrant caravan in Mexico is still going strong, despite pressure from Mexican police and the U.S. government. Four to five thousand are still making their way through Mexico, while almost 1,700 have dropped out of the caravan to seek asylum in Mexico.
Sydnee Gonzalez

Museo trae la historia Mormona Mexicana a la vida

Fernando Gomez seƱala con el dedo una foto antigua en blanco y negro que contiene un grupo de personas con George Albert Smith. La...
Camille Baker

BYU experiential learning thrives in Spain

The classroom had many of the same characteristics found in any similar room at BYU. Students dressed in everything from sweatpants and T-shirts to...