It may contain information on dating, sports and campus life, but one group of BYU alumni are filing a class action lawsuit against BYU’s official newspaper, “The Universe,” claiming that it does not contain enough about exploding nebulae, black holes or even a guide to understanding the movie “Interstellar” to warrant such an all-encompassing title.
A long day at the Honor Code office got much longer after a chalk circle was drawn around the entire building, forcing students to stay inside.
In a radical and unprecedented decision by BYU Landscape Management, students who tread on grass now risk being… exploded.
Jungle fever will arrive at BYU when parrots and snakes are released in the Life Sciences Building next week.
BYU student currently at large after building a meth lab to pay for his overpriced textbooks.
This small band of bearded revolutionaries learned that fighting against the largest anti-beard force in Utah is as effective as dry shaving with an old, rusty razor.
Highland 28th Ward brought the entire special “Selection Sunday” devotional to their feet yesterday as the committee announced the Golden Calves would receive a 14-seed and play the Syracuse Orange in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
A couple threatens to sue BYU catering after being told that they can’t have a cake and can’t eat it too.
Justin Bieber was ordered by a judge to attend BYU in order to get his life together and start making some decent music.
Students and athletes agree: Finals week is a time where student athletes should be given every advantage in the testing center over their proletariat counterparts.
With students at odds with the weather of Provo, CES officials announce that BYU will open another campus in Southern California to appease those who yearn for warmer climes.
Students in the morning section of Political Science 170 were anticipating that the kid in front of class would get the highest score on Bejeweled Blitz, a game popular on mobile devices, sometime in the next few weeks.
Oh, the bells, bells, bells!
What a tale their terror tells
How they clang, and clash and roar!
What a horror they outpour
On the bosom of the palpitating air!
Yet the ear, it fully knows,
By the twanging,
And the clanging,
How the danger ebbs and flows;
Yet the ear distinctly tells,
In the jangling,
And the wrangling,
How the danger sinks and swells,
By the sinking or the swelling in the anger of the bells—
Of the bells—
Of the bells, bells, bells, bells,
Bells, bells, bells—
In the clamor and the clanging of the bells!
—Prophetically said by the late Edgar Allen Poe
With the rising number of single adult sisters transitioning from YSA wards rich with dozens of single Melchizedek Priesthood holders and into family wards, The First Presidency has encouraged the College of Family Life to investigate the possibility of offering these sisters another course.
After Coke Zero was mistakenly put in a BYU vending machine, over a dozen students were killed and more injured after trying to get one of only 10 caffeinated beverages on campus.
There are more blatant honor code violations lurking on BYU campus than you think. It’s time to face the elephant in the room and talk about the campus statues that are not living up to God’s standards.
Read the latest back-to-school buzz from BYU.
The Real World, MTV’s hit show of the 90’s, will be switching locations for its unprecedented 29th season as it takes the drama to Provo, Utah and the campus of BYU.
BYU’s new Life Sciences Building will hold the BYU School of Dentistry. LDS church supports the project hoping to make missionary dentists.