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First food hall in Provo opens south of campus

A new food hall opened recently in Provo. Under its roof are seven restaurants. The owners hope friends and families will be able to come and not have to compromise on what to eat.

BYU tech makes family history more interactive online

Family-history enthusiasts all over the world can engage in family history in unique and creative ways through online services like the BYU Family History Technology Lab.

Legal, emotional surprises possible results of DNA tests

Medical and legal experts warn that taking a DNA test is like opening Pandora’s Box — once the test has been taken, there’s no way to forget the information in the results.

DNA tests can have life-altering consequences, say consumers

At 52 years old, Jane Olson said her life took a turn straight out of a soap opera script when her DNA test told her the man she thought was her father wasn't biologically related to her.

Information systems professor teaches despite health concern

BYU information systems professor Laura Burton leads a discussion on Excel basics in her IS110 class. (Caden Browning)

Provo restaurant scene requires secret recipe for success

The restaurant scene in Utah is thriving, and new restaurants must find a way to carve out their portion of the market. Finding the best location to build a restaurant is crucial to a new venture’s success. While Provo’s student and family based market works for some, it’s not the best fit for every type of restaurant.