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The BYU Holiday Event Guide

Whether you're seeking a family-friendly activity or an enthralling musical experience, there's a holiday event at BYU that's just right for you — and many of them are free of cost.

Highlighted Events

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Christmas at the MOA

Friday, Dec 9
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News

BYU student created video game wins international award

By Tyler Stahle December 01, 2022 08:41 AM
A new video game created and produced by BYU students recently received the “Highly Commended” award from the Rookie Awards – an international board that evaluates and ranks top video game design schools around the world. The award earned BYU the number five school in the world for game design and development.

Forum: Fighting climate change is loving God’s creations

By Christie Allen November 29, 2022 08:11 PM
Climate change poses a call to Christian action, said climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe in Tuesday’s forum on campus. As chief scientist for the Nature Conservancy and professor at Texas Tech University, Hayhoe has always understood the global climate crisis through the lens of her faith and her belief in our responsibility to care for others.

Social media conversations are driven by those on the margins, says new BYU research

By Tyler Stahle November 28, 2022 09:34 PM
The study found that most people – moderate Democrats and Republicans – are self-censoring their comments on social media to not create contention, lose friends online, or be perceived a certain way.