BYU accounting professor encourages students to ‘call out to God for deliverance’

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BYU accounting professor Michael Drake spoke to BYU students on Oct. 4 and reminded them that deliverance will come.

Language immersion students reflect on the program’s recent name change

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BYU's Language Immersion Student Residence recently changed its name, with the goal of clarifying the program's purpose and eliminating confusion. 

Video of the Day: Lamb Jam on the road

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Hundreds of sheep block the roads of Manti-La Sal National Forest on Oct. 3. The back-up continued for miles. Drivers are advised to take caution of all wildlife on the roads throughout the national forest.

The ring of fire: Fire knife performers light up LaVell Edwards Stadium

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There is a new addition to the BYU football team this year, although you won't see them making tackles or catches. These players take the field between the third and fourth quarters of home games, and instead of playing with a football, they play with fire.

Female BYU students in male-dominated majors find support through mentorship programs

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Female students in male-dominated majors can face feelings of isolation and inadequacy. At BYU, mentorship programs aim to support women and help them establish a place in their fields.

Study ranks Utah #1 for mental illness in the US

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BYU encouraged students to visit their free mental health services after Utah ranked first in highest levels of mental illness, according to the NiceRX study.

BYU researchers examine human-computer interactions outdoors

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BYU professor Michael Jones and Ph.D. graduate Zann Anderson studied how human-computer interaction in the outdoors impacts recreational hiking.

Silver Cup lead singer Hadley Nelson says artists love performing in Utah

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Artists like Hadley Nelson, lead singer of indie pop band Silver Cup, say there is something special about Utah that makes it a favorite performance destination.

WalletHub ranks Utah as the second best state for teachers

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Utah educators responded to WalletHub's announcement that named Utah as the Second Best State for Teachers in their list of 2022’s Best and Worst States for Teachers.

Police Beat: Sept. 27 – Oct. 3

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Sept. 27 —A bike was recovered from an adult perpetrator also in possession of burglary implements, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia.

Video of the Day: Crane lifts moose from canal

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Utah Division of Wildlife Resource officers, biologists, and community members come together to save a young moose trapped in an irrigation canal on Sept. 30 in Vernal, Utah. With the help of a crane, the moose was lifted out of the canal. It was tranquilized, and then released safely.

Church leaders emphasize love, belonging and faith during Sunday afternoon session

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Church leaders emphasized love, belonging and faith during the Sunday afternoon session of the 193rd Annual General Conference.

President Nelson promises peace through overcoming the world at Sunday’s conference sessions

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President Russell M. Nelson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced 18 new temples and focused on the importance of covenants during the Sunday sessions of the 192nd Semiannual General Conference.

President Russell M. Nelson announces 18 new temples

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President Russel M. Nelson announced plans to construct 18 new temples during the Sunday afternoon session of General Conference.

Leaders teach of strength that comes from discipleship during General Conference Sunday morning session

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On the Sunday morning session of the 192nd Semiannual General Conference, the Conference Center at Temple Square was full of eager attendees waiting to hear from the prophet, apostles and leaders of the Church.

Thousands gather for the Saturday sessions of the 192nd Semi-Annual General Conference

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Thousands of individuals gathered at the Conference Center in Salt Lake City for the first two sessions of the 192nd Semi-Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Elder Uchtdorf announces updated ‘For the Strength of Youth’ pamphlet

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Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf announced the release of the new “For Strength of Youth" pamphlet during the Saturday morning session of general conference on Oct. 1.

Hope, love, faith emphasized during Saturday evening session of General Conference

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Members listened to church leaders as they shared messages of willingness, faith, service and drawing closer to Jesus Christ during the Saturday evening session of the 192nd Semiannual General Conference.

Church leaders share messages of unity and belonging during General Conference Saturday afternoon session

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Church leaders shared messages of unity and belonging for families and congregations, during the Saturday afternoon session of the 192nd Semiannual General Conference.

Leaders emphasize focusing on Jesus Christ during General Conference Saturday morning session

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Church leaders shared words of guidance and love in the Saturday morning session of the 192nd Semiannual General Conference.

BYU history professor discusses the meaning and implications of Lamanite identity

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BYU's Hispanos Unidos and Anti-Racism Club combined efforts on the night of Sept. 29 to host a discussion about the implications of “Lamanite” identity among Latino and Indigenous communities in the Church.

Eye on the Y: College of Life Sciences announces new associate deans; BYU engineers engrave the entire Book of Mormon on microchip wafer

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Dean Laura Bridgewater announced three new associate dean for the College of Life Sciences. Loreen Allphin of the Department of Plant and Wildlife Sciences, Benjamin Crookston of the Department of Public Health, and Michael Stark of the Department of Cell Biology and Physiology will assume their positions and responsibilities beginning October 1, 2022.

Battle of the Brains: BYUs Honors Program hosts Honor Society for a night of fun and competition

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BYU Honors students hosted and event with the BYU Honor Society, or Phi Kappa Phi, called Battle of the Brains with games, snacks, and trivia.

One last ride for the Wagon Wheel: No. 19 BYU overcomes ugliness to defeat Utah State 38-26

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After another problematic first half, No. 19 BYU corrected its course to rally and defeat Utah State 38-26 in what could possibly be the final matchup in the century-long rivalry series.

Video of the Day: Cosmo leaps onto plastic tables

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Cosmo the cougar leaps onto three levels of plastic tables in the third quarter of the BYU vs Utah State game on Sept. 29 in Provo. Cosmo performs a stunt every game in LaVell Edwards Stadium. Cosmo won the Mascot National Championship title in 2020.

Nonprofit group protests institutionalized child abuse in Utah

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Volunteers and survivors from Breaking Code Silence met Sept. 29 in front of the Provo Historic Courthouse to protest institutional child abuse.

Hurricane Ian devastates Florida with historic-levels of flooding

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Hurricane Ian, 2 mph short of a Category 5 hurricane, came through the west coast of Florida Wednesday afternoon, bringing flooding and devastation throughout the state.

‘Leftovers’ startup saving planet one late-night snack at a time 

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Utah-based startup Leftovers is combatting food waste and food insecurity in the United States by partnering with local restaurants to offer cheap food options.

BYU introduces 2 new fight clubs to Clubs Night

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Two new fighting clubs have joined BYU's Clubs Night, held Tuesdays from 7-10 p.m. at the Wilkinson Student Center.These new clubs, the Knights of the Y club and the Medieval club, are open to any BYU student who wishes to learn new skills, make new friends and exercise in a positive learning environment.

Video of the Day: Hurricane Ian causes damage for many Floridians

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Hurricane Ian hit Florida late afternoon on Sept. 29. Over 2.6 million Floridians are left without power. There is no reported death toll yet. Ian is documented as a tropical storm, but is expected to reach a Category 5 hurricane.

Many trapped in Florida as Ian heads toward South Carolina

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PUNTA GORDA, Fla. (AP) — Rescue crews waded through flooded streets and used boats Thursday in a scramble to save people trapped after Hurricane Ian destroyed a cross-section of Florida and brought torrential rains that inundated more communities.

BYU AdLab tackles the ethical challenges of advertising

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BYU AdLab Manager Pat Doyle inspires students to create meaningful content despite an oversaturated, sales-driven advertising industry.

70s-themed Cougar Skate night draws nearly 300 students

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Students lined up to sign a health waiver, pay the $3 entry fee and borrow a pair of skates. They then entered the BYU WSC Ballroom to spend the next several hours skating in circles on the dance floor. A disco ball and colored lights helped set the mood, while music from the 70s played from the speakers.

Good News Thursday: Cancer death rates in U.S. drop, 3,000-year-old canoe discovered in Wisconsin lake, Firefighters come to the rescue after blind dog falls...

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A 3,000-year-old canoe was found in Lake Mendota, Wisconsin last week. The canoe is the second to be found in Lake Mendota, as a 1200-year-old canoe was also discovered just last year.

End of an era for the Wagon Wheel series

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End of an era for the Wagon Wheel seriesBYU's...

BYU students reflect on National Good Neighbor Day

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BYU students reflected on their good neighbor experiences on National Good Neighbor Day Sept. 28.  

Classical 89 Organ Fest performed live for the first time in two years

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The Classical 89’s Organ Fest, featuring six internationally-acclaimed organists, was held at the Salt Lake Tabernacle on Temple Square last Friday, Sept. 23.
A crowd of people stand in front of a platform with four adults on it in front of a white banner that says "We All Belong" in black letters, decorated with red and white balloons.

‘We All Belong’ group hosts rally to support disability inclusion in schools

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Cheers and screams rang across Galena Hills Park in Draper Monday night, rallying to support the inclusion of all kids in schools, no matter their abilities and lifestyles.

BYU ‘2ft Prosthetics’ club develops low-cost prosthetics

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2ft Prosthetics seeks to restore dignity, foster self-reliance and confidence and improve the quality of life for amputees who do not have access to quality prosthetic legs.

Are your devices secure? Tips for keeping your information safe

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Professionals and students from BYU's cybersecurity program have tips for making life online a convenience, not a liability.

 BYU Jerusalem Center alumni revisit the Holy Land—’it felt like coming home’

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On a trip organized and planned by volunteers from the BYU Jerusalem Center Alumni, a group of alumni returned to some sites that they visited as students several years ago.

Video of the Day: Lightning flashes inside hurricane Ian

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Satellite video of Hurricane Ian shows flashes of lightning in a spiral of clouds. Ian is a Category 3 hurricane headed towards the west coast of Florida. It is expected to make landfall in the afternoon on Sept. 28.

Utah haunted house ranks as one of the best in America

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According to the Haunted Attractions Association, Fear Factory is one of the best haunts in the U.S.

Wild edibles tour on BYU campus invites individuals to use plants under their feet

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On Sept. 24, Dr. Tom Smith took a group on an early morning wild edible tour around BYU campus.

No. 19 BYU football readies for rivalry clash with Utah State on short rest

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No. 19 BYU faces a unique challenge in a midweek meeting with Utah State Thursday evening, being forced to prepare for the Aggies at a more accelerated pace than usual.

Interim Dean of Education encourages students to submit cheerfully to the will of the Lord

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Interim Dean of the McKay School of Education Kendra Hall-Kenyon invited students to find and place their strength in the Lord during her devotional address on Sept. 27.

BYU men’s soccer ranks No. 1 in NIRSA rankings

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In the first week of rankings by the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA), BYU men's soccer was ranked No. 1 in its region.

BYU men’s soccer ends successful weekend with a pair of victories

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BYU men's soccer ends successful weekend with a pair...

Office of Belonging opens its doors: new curriculum and a student council

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The BYU Office of Belonging is officially fully operative beginning this Fall 2022 semester with plans of implementing a new curriculum for students, faculty and staff, and involving students in a student council to improve belonging on campus.

Celebrities, cosplayers, fans attend FanX pop culture and comic convention

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FanX Salt Lake, formerly known as Salt Lake Comic Con, brought geeks, nerds and fans alike together to celebrate pop culture and cosplay.
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