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Innovative process helps BYU engineers track icebergs in the South Pole

By Christie Allen December 20, 2021
"I never imagined I'd be tracking Antarctic icebergs in the middle of Utah," mused BYU junior Scheridan Vorwaller Cloward, reflecting on her three years' work for the Microwave Earth Remote Sensing (MERS) Laboratory. Read Full Story

BYU research: Higher genetic risk for multiple sclerosis means earlier onset of the disease

By Todd Hollingshead December 14, 2021
Scientists at BYU are now zeroing in on a potential clue to unravel how severe a patient’s multiple sclerosis prognosis might look: genetic risk. A new study finds people who have a higher genetic risk for the disease are likely to have accelerated onset of MS.
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Engineers stitch together thousands of drone-captured images to create 3D model of BYU's campus

By Todd Hollingshead December 09, 2021
Using more than 80,000 drone-captured and ground images, and applying GPS systems for accuracy, BYU grad student Bryce Berrett has stitched together a comprehensive 3D model of BYU's entire 560-acre campus.

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Devotional: Time for the Savior at Christmas

By Jenna Knaupp December 07, 2021
Elder Neil L. Andersen, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, delivered Tuesday’s devotional address. He spoke about the importance of making time for the Savior at Christmas. Read Full Story

Christmas at BYU: Employee holiday traditions

By Jenna Knaupp December 01, 2021
Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat–and BYU employees are staying busy with their special holiday traditions. Check out some of their favorite holiday celebration suggestions and find some new ideas for your Christmas! Read Full Story

Forum: The need for a mass coming together in this moment of crisis

By Jenna Knaupp November 30, 2021
Rev. Dr. William Barber II, American Protestant minister and social activist, delivered the forum address to campus on Tuesday. He spoke on initiating a nationwide moral revival to better support poor and low-wage workers in the United States. Read Full Story

2021 BYU Holiday Event Guide

By Jenna Knaupp November 30, 2021
Festivity, fun and inspiration are everywhere this holiday season, especially at BYU.

Whether you're seeking a family-friendly activity or an enthralling musical experience, there's an event at BYU that's just right for you–and many of them are free of cost. Read Full Story

BYU study: Want to maximize the health outcomes of fasting? Start your fast with exercise

By Christie Allen November 24, 2021
Exercise at the start of a fast can make a big difference. A BYU study finds when participants exercised, they reached ketosis on average three and a half hours earlier in the fast and produced 43% more the ketone-like chemical BHB.
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BYU freshman living out a lifelong dream at BYU thanks to scholarship from the Utah Jazz

By Katie Child November 18, 2021
Education has always been important to the Lopez family. In high school, she worked hard to earn a 4.0 GPA while juggling other extracurricular activities such as being cheer captain, manager of the school soccer team, and member of the student council. She says receiving the scholarship represents something bigger than herself and her hard work.
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Devotional: Take heed and go forth

By Trevor Jones November 16, 2021
Elder W. Mark Bassett, a General Authority Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, delivered Tuesday's devotional address. He spoke on taking care of ourselves and others by remaining connected to God’s pure sources of truth. Read Full Story