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Of Beehives, Books, and Bricks

For more than 100 years, the Provo Tabernacle hosted BYU, community, and spiritual gatherings. Now the structure has a new assignment.

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Lift Up Thine Eyes

BYU professors reflect on Norman Rockwell’s hopeful visions for America.

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Run Like A Horse

A two-time Olympic marathoner tells of his most cherished shortcoming.

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Sitake Comes Home

A defensive-minded former player will lead Cougar football next season.

Killer Player:

Alexa L. Gray (’16) won WCC Player of the Year—again. Gray also earned All-America honors—again. The senior is now BYU’s rally-scoring-era kill leader.

New Back Door:

The Harold B. Lee Library added a south entrance in fall 2015.

Belting in Carnegie:

The Carnegie Hall Weill Music Institute selected vocal performance grad student Dru M. Daniels (BM ’14) to attend master classes, receive private coaching, and perform in January.

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.

Alumni News

Band Nerd to Rock Star

Lindsey Stirling, now the fourth-highest earner on YouTube, always had a sense that something good was waiting on the other side.

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Stopping CO2 Cold

BYU professor’s “game changer” may be the solution to C02 emissions.

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More Than Just a Suit

Her swimsuits were donned by Marilyn Monroe, were the hot items in ’50s beach-party films, and even helped fund the construction of a temple.

Alumni News

All-Star Alumni

The 10 recipients of 2015’s Alumni Achievement Awards share workplace wisdom and life lessons.

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Flipping a New Coin

An illustration professor has designed six coins for the U.S. Mint—including a new quarter that might be in your pocket soon.