BYU is constantly striving to provide the most up-to-date facilities and classrooms, which means that there is always a big hole somewhere in the middle of campus. The Wilkinson Student Center and the Harold B. Lee Library were both fully remodeled a few years back and are really nice. The Wilk has all kinds of convenient stops, from food courts to bowling to an outdoors shop to a post office; there is even a barbershop for a quick haircut between classes. The athletic facilities are in the process of being remodeled. BYU is building a huge new athletic facility for its student athletes. This may mean that the average student will get some good hand-me-down sports equipment (hey, we'll take what we can get).
The majority of classrooms are wired with projectors and computers for the teachers, and more than a few professors resort to PowerPoint presentations during lectures. In the business building, some classrooms have Internet hookups for students, as well. The new buildings are great, but the constant construction on campus gets old. However, the benefits outweigh the detours, and when all is said and done, BYU opens its best facilities to students. Just watch out for that hole!