BYU Office of Belonging hosts ‘Remember Me’ open house for Dia de los Muertos

The Office Of Belonging hosted the "Remember Me" Open House in the Wilkinson Student Center to honor ancestors of all cultures on Nov. 1 for Dia de los Muertos.

Their Story is Our Story chapter aims to create understanding for refugees

Their Story is Our Story, a non-profit organization with a chapter on BYU campus, strives to create understanding for refugees displaced worldwide through storytelling.

United Nations Communications officer Felipe Queipo visits BYU

United Nations officer Felipe Queipo visited BYU Oct. 25 to share his passion for and experience serving in the U.N. and discuss how faith-based organizations can help alleviate poverty around the world. 

North Korean defectors now living in Utah release new book about their escape

His lie, told to protect his wife from political retribution, is the basis of new novel "A Necessary Lie," the love story of Doohyun Kim and Jiyeon Maeng as they escaped North Korea.

Hamas launches surprise attack on Israel

Pro-Palestinian Islamist group Hamas breached the Gaza border Saturday to launch a surprise offensive against Israeli citizens and government.

BYU students, faculty in Jerusalem safe following Israeli turmoil

Following missile attacks, more than 700 casualties and Israel's declaration of war, all residing at BYU's Jerusalem Center for Near Eastern Studies remain safe.
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