Carole M. Stephens
Faith
​For the 40th time, thousands of women have come to campus to be uplifted and inspired at BYU Women's Conference, which is co-sponsored by the Relief Society. Here are highlights from a handful of those addresses.
Daqing Yi works to program robots in a computer science laboratory
Intellect
BYU researchers were inspired by Mother Nature in their quest to design movement patterns for a small army of robots. The computer scientists programmed the robots to mimic flocks of birds and schools of fish.
Faith
Every Tuesday at 11:05 a.m., students, faculty, staff and the greater BYU community gathers for the weekly Devotional or Forum address. Here is the schedule for the Spring/Summer 2016 terms.
Character
At BYU's Commencement exercises this month, Alicia Stanton will represent the graduates as the student speaker. Like her fellow classmates Stanton, who is earning a bachelor's degree in molecular biology with a minor in editing,...
Character
Only ten days. By the time Ether Tam first heard about Unilever's UniGAME competition, a marketing contest for college teams, he only had ten days to get a team together to create a winning submission.
Character
Cougar Queries is a series profiling BYU employees by asking them a few questions about their work, interests and life. Today we meet Don Shelline, BYUradio station manager, who is graduating with a master's degree this April. 
Character
Lawrence Fuja came to BYU in 1960, but left before earning a degree. Now, 55 years later and with lots of support from his five children, Fuja is getting that degree.