Members prepare for the Provo City Center Temple cultural celebration

The Provo City Center Temple's upcoming cultural celebration will bring nostalgia to many as it reflects on the Provo Tabernacle that burned down on Dec. 17, 2010.

BYU religious department addresses Christian views of life after death

BYU's Religious Education department is hosting a new public conference on different Christian faiths’ views of life after death on March 17-19 in the Joseph Smith Building Auditorium.

Obama to nominate Merrick Garland to Supreme Court

President Barack Obama will nominate federal appeals court judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court, congressional sources said Wednesday. The pick sets up a confrontation with Republicans who say they will refuse to consider his nomination in an election year.

Chelsea Clinton urges Utahns to vote for Hillary, reminds millennials of free college hopes

Chelsea Clinton urged Utahns to vote for her mother and democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton in Salt Lake City on March 15.

Deloitte consulting partner and Marriott School graduate wants more female leaders

Marriott School of Management graduate Patrice Mano is combating traditional stigmas as the youngest member and only female in her group at Deloitte Consulting.

Student ordinance workers prepare for Provo Temple opening

The Provo City Center Temple stands out due to its history and architecture. But one of its most unique characteristics is the temple district's high concentration of young adults, who account for a high percentage of patrons and ordinance workers.
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