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By Aaron Sorenson September 18, 2020
Brigham Young University Advancement Vice President Keith Vorkink announced today that Mike Roberts has been named the managing director of BYU Alumni and External Relations. Read Full Story
By Todd Hollingshead September 17, 2020
Brigham Young University today announced the creation of the David E. and Verla A. Sorensen Center for Moral and Ethical Leadership. The new Center was made possible by a $40 million endowment from the Sorensen Family, longtime supporters of BYU and members of the BYU President’s Leadership Council.

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By Kaylee Esplin September 15, 2020
Elder James B. Martino, general authority seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, delivered Tuesday’s campus devotional, which was livestreamed from the Marriott Center. He spoke about making choices that align with a desire for righteousness. Read Full Story
September 14, 2020
Roughly 120 local first responders were assisted in completing their basic estate planning documents, free of charge, as BYU Law sponsored it’s second Wills for Heroes project last week.

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By Christie Allen September 09, 2020
A collaborative album between the BYU Chamber Orchestra and Broadway superstar Lea Salonga, “The Story of My Life: Lea Salonga Live from Manila,” recently received the 2020 BroadwayWorld Album Award for Best New EP/Solo Release. Read Full Story
By Kaylee Esplin September 08, 2020
President Kevin J Worthen and Sister Peggy S. Worthen welcomed students back to campus with the first devotional of the semester. They spoke about maintaining faith and hope during challenging times. Read Full Story
By Rachel Smith September 02, 2020
Hoping to create a solution to the eye-contact conundrum for children with autism, a BYU Engineering Capstone team and their sponsor have created a pair of glasses that display dynamic animated images on the lenses, potentially increasing the engagement and comfort of the child as they work to improve eye contact.

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By Natalie Ipson August 27, 2020
In his general session address, President Kevin J Worthen encouraged faculty and staff to continue to push forward through the circumstances brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.  Read Full Story
By Christie Allen August 26, 2020
Researchers evaluated over 40 million individual voting records and found the system is unlikely to advantage Democrats, disadvantage Republicans. Read Full Story
By Brenna Seeman August 25, 2020
Researchers, led in part by BYU’s Byron Adams, are using the history of tiny little microscopic Antarctic animals to solidify exactly how ice sheet dynamics played out over time and how they impacted historical ecosystems.

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