The UVU Interfaith Student Council held a two-day event to talk about various religious beliefs and philosophies behind marginalization and to create conversation about combating it.
Madeline Almeida Wanlass is a current member of the BYU women’s tennis team. While this 5-foot-9 athlete from El Dorado Hills, Calif. is well-known on the tennis court, there is more to her than meets the eye.
Latter-day Saint BYU student Kwaku El and Evangelical Pastor Jeremy Howard met at Payson Bible Church on Friday, Nov. 8 to debate the materiality of God. Audience members representing both view points filled the chapel to listen and ask questions.
A panel comprised of international journalists and a religion researcher, led a discussion Wednesday, Oct. 9 about the difficulties religions face with their portrayal in the media.
The 35th annual India Fest was held in Spanish Fork with hopes of bringing people of various backgrounds together to experience and enjoy a night of Indian culture.
People from various religions across Utah County filled the Provo Seventh-day Adventist Church on Sunday, Sept. 15 for Habitat For Humanity's International Day of Prayer and Action.