Minerva Teichert estate sues The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, BYU Museum of Art

Tim Teichert, a grandson of the late Latter-day Saint artist Minerva Teichert, is suing The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as well as BYU and the BYU Museum of Art for copyright infringement.

New study identifies benefits, drawbacks of missionary service gap time for Utah women

The Utah Women in Leadership Project released a brief from research conducted by two BYU employees concerning the impact gap time for missionary service has on women attending college in Utah.

Suited for Good program provides suits for men in need

Utah Woolen Mills Men's Shop, a family-owned, premium clothing store based in Salt Lake City, began the Suited for Good program in 2016 with the intention of helping men in need.

Maverik opens 400th store in Magna, Utah

Friday, January 27th was a big day for Maverik gas stations. The company, founded in Wyoming and now headquartered in Salt Lake City, opened its 400th location in Magna, Utah.

BYU grad’s Sundance short film brings awareness to immigration process

BYU grad Luis Puente's new short film "I Have No Tears, and I Must Cry," which premiered last week at the Sundance Film Festival, helps audiences better understand the emotional toll the United States immigration process has on hopeful citizens.

Sundance Film Festival announces 2023 award winners

Filmmakers gathered in the Ray Theater Friday morning as the Sundance Film Festival celebrated its 8th day by announcing this year's Sundance Film Festival Awards.
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