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By May 13, 2020
“Sew Your True Colors” campaign to benefit frontline health care workers Read Full Story
By Cami BuckleyMay 12, 2020
Long-term BYU study looks at the effect of video game play and the trajectories of addiction Read Full Story
By Todd HollingsheadMay 06, 2020
“When I saw it, bells and whistles went off in my head; I sat there for two or three minutes quite stunned at its beauty,” said Mikel Stevens, a professor of plant and wildlife sciences. “It’s extremely rare. If I were to put numbers on this, I would put the chance of finding it as one in millions.” Read Full Story
By Kaylee EsplinMay 01, 2020
BYU Women’s Conference this year was a combination of live-streamed and pre-recorded addresses and musical numbers featuring several BYU administrators, faculty and staff. Here are some inspiring thoughts shared on the central theme of "Gather All Safely in Christ." Read Full Story
By Brenna SeemanApril 29, 2020
BYU employees across campus have worked behind the scenes in heroic ways to keep the university functioning in the face of a global pandemic. We asked our employees to nominate coworkers who have become "Unsung Heroes" during this time. Here are some of them. Read Full Story
By Aaron SorensonApril 23, 2020
Janice Kapp Perry is well known for her inspirational and religious songs, many of which are featured in the LDS hymnbook and children’s songbook Read Full Story
By Christie AllenApril 21, 2020
Heidi Moe Graviet “exemplifies the best of BYU,” according to her mentor, Dr. Matthew Wickman. “She loves the Lord and has the mind, drive and skills to succeed at most anything, but she is determined to choose what is most virtuous, lovely and of good report.” Read Full Story
By Paul SwensonApril 21, 2020
When Jake Hogan first set foot on the Brigham Young University campus in the fall of 2016, he knew right where he wanted to focus his studies—cancer research. Hogan was intimately familiar with the disease after he’d seen both his grandfather and his younger brother each battle brain tumors. Read Full Story
By Paul SwensonApril 20, 2020
With much of the world’s economy shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many graduating students feel anxious about how to navigate a potential economic crisis. In an effort to connect former and current students, Marriott School of Business Dean Brigitte Madrian encouraged alumni to share words of counsel and encouragement by commenting on a LinkedIn post. Read Full Story
By Brenna SeemanApril 20, 2020
As a senior graduating in design with an emphasis in photography, Mario Alcauter knows that a great photo is all about perspective. Read Full Story