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By Jenna Knaupp May 04, 2021
Niwako Yamawaki, a professor of psychology, delivered Tuesday’s devotional address. She told the story of how she discovered God and used her faith to understand, endure and even appreciate pain. Read Full Story
By Todd Hollingshead May 04, 2021
They may be tiny weapons, but BYU’s holography research group has figured out how to create lightsabers — green for Yoda and red for Darth Vader, naturally — with actual luminous beams rising from them. Read Full Story
May 03, 2021
Centered around the theme of "I Am a Child of God: His Promises Are Sure," speakers at BYU Women’s Conference shared thoughts on compassionate service during difficulty, inclusion, and our divine heritage. Read Full Story
May 03, 2021
Cougar Queries are a series profiling BYU employees by asking them questions about their work, interests and life. Today, we meet Niwako Yamawaki, a faculty member and an associate chair of the Department of Psychology. Read Full Story
By Christie Allen April 30, 2021
A recent mega-study co-authored by a BYU professor showed that sending patients text message reminders to get a flu shot at their routine appointments increased vaccination rates by up to 11%, enough to make a significant impact in national immunity.
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By Tyler Stahle April 26, 2021
The daily live streams will feature the talented BYU Ballroom Dance Company, Living Legends, Vocal Point, Young Ambassadors, and the International Folk Dance Ensemble. Read Full Story
April 25, 2021
During the month of May, each address will be held in the Marriott Center. Devotionals and forums occurring in June, July and August will be held in the de Jong Concert Hall of the Harris Fine Arts Center, apart from the Education Week devotional on August 17, which will be held in the Marriott Center. Read Full Story
By Cami Buckley April 25, 2021
New BYU study finds that night shift functions don’t actually improve sleep. Read Full Story
By Cami Buckley April 22, 2021
Roughly 12% of the 2021 class are first-gen grads; Pedro Torres is one of them. Read Full Story
By Christie Allen April 22, 2021
The April commencement ceremony honored BYU graduates of the 2020–21 academic year and conferred 6,742 degrees. The proceedings were broadcast from the Marriott Center to graduates and their loved ones around the world. Read Full Story