Effective relationships with others are critical to our wellbeing as a human species. That doesn’t mean we agree on everything. Of course we don’t. In fact, it’s often through amiable disagreement that we discover things we hadn’t considered on our own. To contribute to the dialogue, we must constantly hone our skills.
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Beyond their first two semesters, BYU undergraduate, single students will no longer be required to live in BYU On-Campus or BYU Off-Campus Contracted Housing.
The Supreme Court will hear a major abortion case on December 1 that will give the justices an opportunity to reconsider the precedent set by the landmark Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey decisions, the court announced Monday. The House is responding with a radical piece of legislation to counter that possibility.
Belonging based on truth seeks to transcend walls by ascending towards God together.
In this Q&A, BYU Academic Vice President and statistician Shane Reese discusses the complex numbers behind COVID-19 and vaccination rates.