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130 years ago, a pioneer woman lost two of her children. Now, two BYU students are working to create a memorial park for women like her.
German Expressionists depict the harsh realities of life in World War I–era Germany through the MOA’s new exhibit Reconciliation.
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BYU’s language fair trades in cotton candy and carousels for speech competitions and spelling bees.
BYU undergraduate takes on sixth grade as she prepares for a career in the classroom.
German club members decide which nation bakes best: Germany, Switzerland, or Austria.
The Wilkinson Terrace transformed into a fromagerie as students sampled French cheese and watched the French Choir perform.
Associate Professor Justin White brings philosophy to broader audiences with his lecture on Avatar: The Last Airbender.
IC explores silent films and the Deaf community in April’s films and lectures.
From Les Misérables to mariachi, six language choirs host a night of linguistic and musical fusion.
IC explores justice, otherness, and feminism in March’s films and lectures.
According to Associate Professor Anna-Lisa Halling, playwriting gave nuns unprecedented freedom—which may explain why it became so popular.