NIL 101: Now that BYU athletes can profit off of their...
The world of college sports was forever changed on July 1, 2021, when the NCAA voted to allow athletes to profit off of their name, image and likeness. These newfound rights are commonly referred to as NIL, and bring a variety of questions and possibilities to the lives of college athletes.
Faith Q&A with BYUSA President Paul Victor
BYUSA President Paul Victor grew up in Cottonwood Heights, Utah, but his family's roots stem from Andhra Pradesh, India. His experience at BYU has impacted his faith in many ways.
BYU dance groups persevere during COVID-19 pandemic
BYU dance groups persevered through the COVID-19 pandemic by thinking outside of the box. All the dancers wore masks and found ways to continue performing, holding a virtual world tour online.
Lies, ‘American carnage’ and the way forward to truth
The state of society depends heavily on the information we consume, but that information is becoming increasingly disjointed, confusing and difficult to trust. To fully understand what is occurring, one must be able to evaluate where news comes from, analyze why it was written, whether the writers were trying to simply inform or persuade, and come to an informed conclusion about what is being presented. In other words, every person in society needs to become more news literate.