K'ICHE LESSON WINS PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST Last summer, Amy documented the daily life of this 4-foot-tall, 71-year-old widow as part of her field study project, an examination of women's roles in Guatemalan culture.
STUDENT "STOMPS" INTO BUSINESS WITH SNOWBOARD INVENTION While many snowboarders exchanged snowy slopes for crashing waves last summer, snowboarding suppliers were gearing up for their winter season. And for once BYU economics major Brent R. Davidson was glad not to be one of the beach bums.
BYU RANKS HIGHER THAN EVER This year, BYU received its highest overall ranking ever in U.S. News World Report's annual survey of America's colleges.
STUDENT JUMPS TO NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP "While some BYU students temporarily forget the demands of college life by hiking in nearby canyons or relaxing to their favorite music, Kyle L. Hair takes another approach. 'Jumping is my sanctuary,' says Hair, a business major."
BYU OPENS NEW CREAMERY ON NINTH Located on the corner of 1209 North and 900 East, the Creamery on Ninth as it is officially called--opened its doors on Aug. 24.
BACKMORESTUDENTS SUMMIT MCKINLEY After braving temperatures of -35 degrees, wind storms, exhaustion, and entire days in a tent the size of a twin mattress, Justin B. Hohl and Marcus J. Rampton became the first Americans to climb to the summit of Mt. McKinley in this millennium.
STUDENT RESEARCH EXPERIENCES We asked you to write about your BYU-related research and creative experiences. Students share their amusing, insightful, and agonizing tales of discovery they uncovered while at BYU.
TONY PORTERA: COMMODORE ON CAMPUS Almost every Saturday while other students relax or study, Anthony "Tony" J. Portera goes sailing. Strange in land-locked Utah? Perhaps, but Portera, a master's student in accounting, has been sailing since he was an 11-year-old Boy Scout.
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THEY THAT WAIT UPON THE LORD Waiting upon the Lord takes many forms. Whether for support in childbirth or guidance in making decisions, those who wait upon the Lord deepen their discipleship with a broken heart, a contrite spirit, a yielded will, and a consecration of self.