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BYU’s Center for Animation won its sixth Student Academy Award with the short film “Grendel.”
By Joe HadfieldDecember 11, 2019
A trio of BYU Law students entered and won the Utah Venture Capital Case Competition without any previous experience in the field. Read Full Story
By Kaylee EsplinDecember 10, 2019
Sister Jean B. Bingham, General Relief Society President for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, delivered Tuesday’s campus Devotional address. She spoke about how keeping an eternal perspective leads to current and lasting happiness. Read Full Story
By Paul SwensonDecember 09, 2019
New research from BYU’s geological sciences department found that about 90 percent of dust in Utah’s Wasatch Front comes from the west desert, an area that was once covered by the prehistoric Lake Bonneville but that is now a dried lakebed. Read Full Story
By December 04, 2019
Computer science professors at BYU developed a method to quickly resize 4D animations of fluids without having to completely re-simulate the entire sequence. Read Full Story
By Kaylee EsplinDecember 03, 2019
Elder Dale G. Renlund, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and his wife, Sister Ruth L. Renlund, delivered Tuesday’s campus Devotional address. They spoke about the importance of making the power of God a central piece of our lives. Read Full Story
By Kaylee EsplinNovember 25, 2019
Festivity, fun and inspiration are everywhere this holiday season, especially at BYU. Read Full Story
By Todd HollingsheadNovember 20, 2019
Senior soccer stars Lizzy Braby and Rachel Lyman have played a major role in dozens of wins over their BYU career. But their biggest win to date came thousands of miles away as part of BYU's Rheumatic Relief program. Read Full Story
By Kaylee EsplinNovember 19, 2019
Henry Louis Gates Jr., an award-winning filmmaker, historian and journalist, delivered Tuesday’s campus Forum address about the role that the historical period of Reconstruction continues to play in the racial conversation of the country today. Read Full Story
By November 11, 2019
More than one million American men and women are veterans of the War on Terror—that is, veterans who served in the U.S. Armed Forces after September 2001. Contrary to popular belief, most veterans who return home do not experience PTSD or similar conditions. Read Full Story
By Todd HollingsheadNovember 07, 2019
Participants in a new study hit elevated heart rates riding the same test loop on both e-mountain bikes and regular mountain bikes, suggesting that e-bikes can in fact be a good source of high-intensity exercise. Read Full Story