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So You Want to . . .

. . . learn just about anything this summer? BYU is the place to be.

A+ Instruction:

Math professor Tyler J. Jarvis (BA ’89, MS ’90) won the most prestigious award in the country for university math teachers.

Affordable Abroad:

The Kennedy Center has begun an initiative to raise $10 million to offset the cost of studying abroad, making it the same price as a semester in Provo.

Mormon Women’s History:

The first Church-history symposium of its kind, Beyond Biography: Sources in Context for Mormon Women’s History, featured presentations focused on female Saints.

Frosh of the Year

Quarterback Tanner C. Mangum (’18), the first BYU freshman to throw for more than 3,000 yards, was named the 2015 Freshman of the Year by the Touchdown Club of Columbus.

From the Current Issue

Alumni News

Overseeing Studio C Shenanigans

It’s funny business, producing the hit BYUtv comedy show Studio C. Meet the alum in charge of Scott Sterling and company.

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Course Collision

A revolutionary new honors course explores the intellectual intersections of two disciplines.

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Lights-Out Lexi

A BYU blonde with a ponytail steals the career points record from college basketball legend Hank Gathers.

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Star Wars, Acapella Style

The nine ladies of BYU Noteworthy are churning out music videos notching millions of views.

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The Big Q: Cheap Gas

Members of the BYU community weigh in on a question of the day in “The Big Q.”

Out of the Blue

Crossing the Finish

Ten months removed from chemo, Sarah Kay Miller joined 1,500 Rex Lee runners to raise money for cancer research.