Good News Thursday: Students raise money for lunch lady with cancer, All-female firefighter crew makes history in St. Louis, Alaska girl scout builds cookie...
Students raise money for lunch lady with cancerhttps://youtu.be/ETBkLrJpp00A group...
Local businesses come together at local bazaar to highlight cultural tradition, craft
Small businesses committed to tradition and artisanal craft gathered together in south Salt Lake for the first-ever Mosaic Bazaar in March.
Parents, BYU professor react to TikTok screen time limit
TikTok announced earlier this month their new screen time limit of 60 minutes for users under the age of 18, hoping to increase teenagers' awareness of how much time they spend on the app.
Video of the Day: Squishy the squirrel part 2: The Squeakquel
Exactly last year we posted a video of Squishy the squirrel enjoying a yummy snack with a friend, and it became our most viewed video of the year.
BYU Linguistics Student Society co-presidents speak 8 languages, collectively
Co-president of the BYU Linguistics Student Society Eric Christensen said he does not think many students understand what linguistics is, but if they did, they would join the program.
Mitchell Worthington: BYU’s dig machine
Mitchell Worthington: BYU's dig machineWhen Mitchell Worthington arrived at...
Author Shaylyn Romney Garrett invites students to be a part of America’s upswing
Shaylyn Romney Garrett, author, public speaker and social entrepreneur, spoke to the BYU campus community on March 28 about how individuals can come together to create America’s next upswing.
Video of the Day: Avalanche descends outside of Sundance
An avalanche occurred outside of Sundance on Monday, March 27.
New construction at BYU raises ongoing questions about parking availability for students
As the new music building finished construction, and the Harris Fine Arts Center came crumbling down, students had one question: What about student parking?
Green Week celebration begins with on-campus events
BYU’s Sustainability Office began its second-ever Green Week with events across campus focused on empowering students and faculties to engage in sustainability-focused projects or activities.
Psychologist teaches how students, faculty can overcome challenges
The Student Wellness Program, in conjunction with the Employee Wellness Program, hosted a workshop on resiliency and bouncing back from challenges for BYU Wellness Week.
BYU alumnus uses love of folk music to build a better world
BYU alumnus and world-class folk musician Nate Keller has made a name for himself in the world of music.
Dives and diversity: Gavin Julien creates impact on and off the court
Dives and diversity: Gavin Julien creates impact on and...
Cotopaxi’s 24-hour adventure challenge takes place across Utah over the weekend
Questival, Cotopaxi's 24-hour adventure challenge, took place this past weekend, uniting various groups from the community.
Readers’ Forum: One date, now engaged?
It is Friday night. I finish curling my hair and put my shoes on, ready for the date. I’ve been looking forward to it all week, and I do not even know what he looks like.
Former BYUSA president lives life with purpose, determination despite hardships
Former BYUSA President Paul Victor took control of his life and is making it a fulfilling journey, even in the face of trials, he said.
BYU freshman, family win survival race TV show
BYU freshman Kyla White and her family received $10,000 for winning “Survivalists” — a four-day adventure competition show run by BYU TV.
LGBTQ+ BYU students share their stories at PEN Talks
Four LGBTQ+ student panelists shared their thoughts and experiences at this semester’s PEN Talks event.
Video of the Day: Tornado tears through Mississippi school
Surveillance video shows a tornado blowing debris through the halls of a high school in Amory, Mississippi on Friday, March 24.
BYU high jumper Cierra Tidwell-Allphin continues to raise the bar on the road to nationals
BYU high jumper Cierra Tidwell-Allphin continues to raise the...
Eye on the Y: First Latin American Forum on Journalism and Religion held at BYU, BYU Honors students show off work at thesis poster session
This weekend the BYU School of Communications, BYU International Center for Law and Religion Studies and International Association of Religion Journalists held the first First Latin American Forum on Journalism and Religion on Thursday, March 23.
BYU wins explosive match against Pepperdine in five-set battle
BYU wins explosive match against Pepperdine in five-set battleSnow...
BYU Men’s Volleyball prepares for pesky Pepperdine
BYU Men's Volleyball prepares for pesky PepperdineThe No. 8...
Miss Provo invites all to ‘GLO with Kindness’
BYU senior Glory Thomas serves the Provo community with her current title of Miss Provo.
New BYU study shows pornography of any kind is harmful to romantic relationships
A new study released by BYU shows the basic negative relationship between pornography and relationship quality.
Video of the Day: Man survives fall after bungee cord snaps
A tourist survives his bungee cord snapping after jumping off of a 10-floor-high podium in Pattaya, Thailand in January.
Spring cleaning can declutter home, headspace, BYU student says
With spring underway, some BYU students say they are starting the process of spring cleaning.
Intermountain Health tours with giant inflatable colon for cancer awareness
Utah Valley Hospital welcomed a giant inflatable colon for Colorectal Cancer Awareness month as part of a month long tour around the state.
Award-winning local artist opens up about his unconventional path to professional art
From ballet in New York to watercolor in the desert, Bridger Barksdale is a young up-and-coming artist, already winning awards at age 26.
BYU Office of Belonging opens new space in Wilkinson Student Center
BYU’s Office of Belonging has just recently opened up their new office space in the Wilkinson Student Center.
Video of the Day: Funnel cloud touches down in California
A funnel cloud down in Montebello, California on Wednesday, March 22.
Good News Thursday: Military veteran shares therapy ducks with seniors, USA Blind Men’s Soccer Team holds first ever match, Taylor Swift kicks off US...
Jeremy Piatt, a military veteran from southern New Jersey, is serving his country in a unique way by sharing his ducks with seniors at an assisted living facility. A victim of PTSD, Piatt raised his “emotional support birds” with his fiancé.
‘Come and Sea’: Students showcase talents in BYUSA Clubs variety show
BYUSA clubs hosted a variety show and booths in the Wilkinson Student Center to highlight the various clubs on campus on March 21.
Video of the Day: Semi crashes into 3 patrol cars, ambulance
A semi-truck slammed into three patrol cars and an ambulance while they were working at the scene of an accident near Los Angles, California.
Radio host gives behind-the-scenes look at ‘The Apple Seed’ podcast
BYU broadcast is the home of BYU Tv and BYU Radio, and today we will learn what is the production process behind creating a radio show.
Record snowfall extends ski season for Utah ski resorts
Utah ski resorts are remaining open longer this year thanks to record snowfalls and extended skier interest.
The Honeymoon Phase: reality or social media personification?
Stories are often told about the "Honeymoon Phase" after couples first get married: a time of bliss, happiness and calm after the stresses of planning and carrying out a wedding.
Life’s thesis: the perspective of Adam Miller, a Latter-day Saint theologian
The story of Adam Miller’s life can be captured in what he considers “the thesis” — bringing God to the center of everything.
BYU baseball plates 15 runs in exciting win over UVU
BYU baseball plates 15 runs in exciting win over...
New BYU President announced during devotional
https://youtu.be/nKM5s5_wNnMElder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the...
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland presides at ‘unusual’ devotional
Elder Holland began his address by emphasizing that this devotional would be “unusual” and perhaps more of a “business meeting.”
An overview of Kevin J Worthen’s nine-year tenure as BYU president
Following Jeffrey R. Holland's announcement of C. Shane Reese as the next president of BYU at Tuesday's devotional, we review some of President Kevin J Worthen's major accomplishments during his nine-year tenure as president of BYU.
Cougs race to raise money for cancer research at annual 5K
The 28th annual BYU Cougs vs. Cancer Run was held on BYU campus on Saturday, March 11.
Elder Holland releases President Worthen, announces new BYU President
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland announced C. Shane Reese as the 14th BYU president at the devotional on Mar. 21.
Video of the Day: Rain brings waterfalls to Gunlock State Park
The increase in the rain at Gunlock State Park has led to the creation of waterfalls in the area.
Academic VP C. Shane Reese appointed BYU’s 14th president
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland announced in his devotional address on March 21 that BYU Academic Vice President C. Shane Reese will replace Kevin J Worthen as BYU's 14th president.
Artificial Intelligence gains popularity, BYU community discusses potential to be campus tool
ChatGPT has risen in value and use continuously since its release, and professors, students and writers are determining how to best use it in the academic world.
Utah, Provo officials prepare for spring flooding
The Office of Provo City released a flood plan for the city in light of the potentially record-breaking Spring runoff from the 150%, and rising, snowpack levels this year.
Professional women’s soccer team to return to Utah in 2024
Real Salt Lake owners announced on March 11 that the National Women's Soccer League will be returning to Utah in 2024.
Relief Society celebrates 181st anniversary, looks at local and worldwide impact
The women’s organization, known as The Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was formally created 181 years ago on March 17, 1842.