Good in the Universe

College students run summer camp for children whose parents have cancer

Camp Kesem is a summer camp that serves children who have been impacted by a parent's cancer. Camp leaders say they want to give these kids a place to play and relax.

Community celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day with service

Community members came together Monday, Jan. 22, to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. through songs, speeches and service projects.

Encircle art benefit supports LGBTQ youth

Volunteers, community members and artists gathered at the Provo Encircle house Jan. 19 for an art benefit to raise money for the house and the...
Associated Press

Boy, 3, loves new 3D printed arm from family friend

A 3-year-old boy in central Utah and his mother are ecstatic about a new prosthetic arm that a family friend made for them on a 3D printer after extensive research, practice and more than 80 hours of printing.
(Ty Mullen)

Students hold candlelight vigil after tragedy

Packed shoulder to shoulder with their faces illuminated by flickering candlelight, BYU students gathered outside the Tanner Building, lit candles and sang hymns in remembrance of the student who passed away Dec. 4.

Church offers relief to California fire victims

According, members in Oroville, California, filled 5,000 boxes full of food, personal hygiene kits, towels, toothbrushes and other toiletries to help Camp Fire victims on Nov. 17.