It’s a how-to article.

How to respectfully disagree

BYU persuasive writing professor Erin Blackmun teaches her students that sharing their opinions with each other is an opportunity to be enlightened. Blackmun, along with former vice president of the BYU Speech and Debate Club Benjamin Braden and Better Angels coordinator Erika Munson, shared ideas on how to respectfully disagree with someone, whether with a friend or foe. 

Students prepare to vote in local elections

With Utah’s municipal general election taking place Nov. 5 and preparation for the 2020 presidential election underway, many students at BYU will be eligible to cast a vote soon. The voting process, however, can seem daunting and confusing, especially for those students who are not native to Utah.

How to make going to the gym a more enjoyable experience

Making the gym an enjoyable experience can help anybody progress both physically and mentally.

Tips and tricks for keeping a mission language fluent

Language loss, or language attrition, begins almost as soon as missionaries leave their mission and return to an English-speaking environment. While keeping up a second language isn't easy, it's definitely possible.

Nifty nooks for napping on campus

College students often don't get the sleep they need, so we compiled some of the best places to nap on the BYU campus for the student in need.