BYU community applies President Nelson’s peacemaker invitation to political discourse
During the most recent General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, President Russell M. Nelson called on members to be peacemakers in a time of political hostility.
Separating art from the artist: BYU students weigh in on celebrity...
Celebrities being branded as "canceled" has become common in recent years, but how this label affects their careers can be unpredictable.
Gov. Cox signs bill to ban abortion clinics in Utah
On Wednesday March 15, Governor Spencer Cox signed a bill banning abortion clinics in Utah.
Concern about global unrest on the rise, research indicates
The world has faced two devastating world wars in its history, and many people are worried that current events indicate a fast-approaching third world war.
Gov. Cox announces free period products in all state buildings
Utah will be the first state to offer free period products in all state executive branch buildings, after an announcement by Utah Governor Spencer J. Cox at a press conference on March 2.
Bill to remove state food tax also removes constitutional earmark for...
House Bill 101, removing state food tax, is currently in the Senate but has multiple barriers to pass through before the tax is removed.