Yesterday a racially insensitive poster hung up in the window of the BYU Student Employment Office made the rounds on Provo Twitter, illustrating once again that a race and ethnicity requirement would benefit the BYU community.
The pandemic has been a chance for many to slow down and reconsider what matters most. People have reconnected with nature, exercised creativity and bonded with loved ones. We have had a unique opportunity to assess what works in our lives and what does not.
As copy editor here at The Daily Universe, and as an editing and publishing student, a writer for other BYU publications, and a white person, I support the AP's decision to capitalize Black and not white.
Journalism student Hannah Miner is a photographer for The Daily Universe. (Hannah Miner) One of the best parts...
I’ve been looking at COVID-19 numbers for months, and now I am one.
Protesting is a right. Rioting is a crime. When protesting turns into rioting, it's harmful and goes against the whole purpose of what's originally intended.