HBLL exhibit explores isolation, separation

The HBLL is featuring an art exhibit called Pro Tempore which in Latin means "for the time being." Three local artists combine artworks to explore the feelings of isolation and separation that everyone experiences in some way or another in life.

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...

Museum brings Mexican Mormon history to life

Read a Spanish translation of the article here.Fernando Gomez points to an old black-and-white photo of a group of people with George Albert Smith,...

Golden Spike act would create new national historic park

If a Utah congressman gets his way, the state will gain a "national historic park" at what is now known as the Golden Spike...

BYU hosts family history exhibit

The BYU Conference on Family History & Genealogy is celebrating its 50th anniversary with an interactive exhibit called The Evolution of Family History: Bringing it Home.

New virtual reality headset provides immersive academic experience

The Harold B. Lee Library has a virtual reality headset that students and faculty can use in order to promote and enhance immersive, collaborative learning.
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