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Richards Building Pool

BYU has finalized design plans for a new pool that will fit in the current space of the university’s existing aquatic facility. The new design is almost 50-percent larger in water capacity and allows for much greater flexibility.

BYU's smokestack, which has been a part of campus since 1958, will be torn down with other parts of the Central Heating Plant starting this week to make way for a new Cogeneration Facility.

Y Mountain

Noticed the Y looks a little odd lately? Don’t worry, you’re not losing your mind.

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Brigham Young University today announced the purchase of the Provo High School property.

Engineering Building Night

The Brigham Young University Board of Trustees has approved the construction of a new building for the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology. Groundbreaking ceremonies are slated for May 9, 2016.

BYU is continuing the Campus Drive redesign project this summer. At the conclusion of BYU Women's Conference (April 28-29), the university will be improving the intersection at Bulldog Boulevard and Campus Drive (1230 North and 450 East). 

While the Widtsoe Building might be gone, we won?t forget its namesake. Here are 10 things you might not have known about John A. Widtsoe.

BYU is continuing the Campus Drive Redesign project this summer. On May 2, 2015, the university will close the through street between Heritage Drive and North Campus Drive permanently as part of its efforts to create a safer, pedestrian-friendly environment and unify the campus.  

Brigham Young University announced today that it will temporarily close the Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum to the public, beginning July 1, 2012, for construction work.