CREATING COMMUNITIES In its efforts to create communities and provide services, BYU's Student Alumni International (SAI) hosts country activities and offers workshops for skills like résumé writing and time planning.
COMMUNICATING VISION Managing Church public affairs during the Hinckley years is a challenge Bruce Olsen wouldn't have missed.
PROFILES Brief glimpses into the changing lives of BYU alumni.
PRESIDENTIAL COUNSEL When D. Kyle Sampson, '93 (Noelle Transtrum, '93), gives legal advice to his client, he is counseling one of the most powerful men in the world. As a legal advisor to President George W. Bush, Sampson's work affects the lives of millions.
THE WRITE DIRECTION "What else should I do?" pondered Janice Barrett Graham, '76, after 20 years of raising a family.
STRONG MARRIAGES NEED MORE THAN ROMANCE WhileHollywood and Hallmark may suggest otherwise, the secret to a successful long-term relationship isn't all romance and candlelight, says a BYU researcher who has spent 22 years studying what makes a happy marriage.
REMOVING TRADE BARRIERS COULD BOOST U.S. ECONOMY A new study by a BYU economist found that removing trade barriers in four key nations would inject about $50 billion into the United States' economy annually while increasing income in developing nations by $150 billion a year.
ICEBERGS COLLIDE WITH SATELLITES AND SUPERCOMPUTERS Contrary to an opinion held by some researchers, a new analysis of more than 20 years of historical data has found no evidence that the increasing number of large icebergs detected off Antarctica's coasts is a result of global warming
BACKTINY TECHNIQUE IMPROVES MOLECULAR MANIPULATION Nanotechnology has been touted as a key to molecular-level medical and manufacturing breakthroughs. This science of the very small just got an important tool that will help researchers make good on its hype.
FAREWELL In a Marriott Center devotional on March 18, President Gordon B. Hinckley announced that Elder Cecil O. Samuelson, of the Seventy, would replace President Merrill J. Bateman as BYU's leader on May 1. During the meeting President Bateman made the following remarks.
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.