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By Cami Buckley December 02, 2020
If you have severe asthma, underlying pulmonary conditions or are immunocompromised, Hawaii's atmosphere may not be the place for you. Read Full Story
By Kaylee Esplin December 01, 2020
Matthew Wickman, professor of English, delivered Tuesday’s devotional address. He spoke about spirituality and the role of spiritual experiences in the path back to our Heavenly Parents. Read Full Story
By Christie Allen December 01, 2020
While you might expect item prices to stabilize when consumers can easily compare among sellers, there’s often a surprising disparity, a phenomenon called “price dispersion.” Theories abound as to why, but a new model developed by economics professor Brennan Platt highlights one very significant factor: buyers’ search timelines. Read Full Story
By Todd Hollingshead November 30, 2020
A startup created from and fueled by BYU tech, is the fastest growing simulation company in America, ranking No. 594 in the Inc. 5000 list. The company grew out of the research of BYU professor Michael Scott and builds engineering simulation software commonly used in the automotive and defense industries. Read Full Story
By Kaylee Esplin November 30, 2020
Cougar Queries is a series profiling BYU employees by asking them questions about their work, interests and life. Today, we meet English professor Matthew Wickman. Read Full Story
November 23, 2020
The theme for the conference is “I am a Child of God. His Promises are Sure,” reminding us that we are all beloved spirit daughters of heavenly parents and that God desires to bless us with the richest of all blessings. Read Full Story
By Kaylee Esplin November 17, 2020
Ziauddin Yousafzai, educator and social activist, delivered the forum address on Nov. 17. Read Full Story
By Christie Allen November 12, 2020
Online therapy boasts a number of benefits, including eliminated wait times, increased accessibility, lower cost, anonymity and the ability to self-pace. Read Full Story
November 11, 2020
After years of engineering, testing and coordinating with engineers from NASA’s Launch Services Program, Brigham Young University students have created a cube satellite that will launch into space on an official NASA mission later this year.


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By Kaylee Esplin November 10, 2020
Elder Quentin L. Cook, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, delivered Tuesday’s devotional address. He spoke on the great expectations for the rising generation, saying that our Heavenly Parents and Jesus Christ have high hopes and aspirations for all of their children on the earth. Read Full Story