READING LIVES THROUGH STORY WINDOWS Whether we are speaking them, reading them, hearing them, or writing them, stories are the framework in which we order our existence and find order in the existence of others.
JOHN BASCOM: REVIVING COWBOY REALITY There are still a few cowboys, however, even among BYU alumni. John A. Bascom, for example, lives alone on a 16-acre ranch in Victorville, Calif., with two horses and a barn.
MANY GOOD THINGS COME IN (LITERARY) SERIES As a believing people with a divine destiny, the Latter-day Saints have always regarded their individual and collective histories as manifestations of the hand of the Lord.
MOREMICHAELIS MARKS 1,000TH MATCH BYU's longtime women's volleyball coach, possesses a fiercely competitive spirit that is belied by a stoic countenance during games.
LIZARD-HUNTING PROF SCORES NATIONAL AWARD A BYU undergraduate student, the precious few seconds necessary to scoop up the nondescript brownish-gray reptile and store it with the other lizard specimens gathered for pivotal research exploring how species diverge.
CHEESE TASTERS CURDLE THEIR COMPETITION BYU's cheese tasters carry their triers in their pockets. But that doesn't mean they are not contenders in the annual dairy product evaluation competitions.
BACKMORECAMPUS TEAM SPINS CD-ROM FOR EDUCATORS Today, when children with special needs are often integrated into mainstream classrooms, many teachers face these issues. A team of BYU professors recently developed a product that may help educators meet the needs of such children.
PUPPETS SHOW HEALTH CONCEPTS These characters are the stars of a series of puppet shows created at BYU to teach tobacco avoidance, alcohol avoidance, nutrition, and hygiene. The shows are part of a health fair developed and financed by the Thrasher Research Fund.
SEQUENCING CENTER HELPS SCIENTISTS SIZE UP SPECIES researchers across campus are turning to BYU's new DNA Sequencing Center, which officially opened in October 1998. The center's automated sequencing equipment analyzes DNA samples in less time, with fewer errors, and at lower cost than was previously possible.
ROSE JUDGE BLOOMS AT BYU A BYU professor of horticulture, is one of 24 individuals throughout the United States chosen by All-American Rose Selections (AARS), a non-profit organization dedicated to garden rose research, to judge the best new breeds of roses.
MAKING THE MOA INTO PARKING LOT USA The BYU Museum of Art exhibition Art on Wheels: A Century of American Automobile Design takes viewers on a ride through American automobile history.
BACKCYBER CONNECTIONS WITH COUGAR SPORTS Two BYU students and one alum, all self-proclaimed Cougar sports fanatics, have created a free e-mail service to keep BYU devotees anywhere in the world current on the daily happenings of BYU sports.
BUILD A MONUMENT TO YOUR FAITH As we build our families, we build society, for as stones build tabernacles, so families build communities and nations. And as early Provo residents worked to build a tabernacle at the center of their community, so we should work to build families at the center of our society.
CHANGE: IT'S ALWAYS A POSSIBILITY Change requires much of us, and change changes us. Some changes are invited and anticipated, others anticipated yet never realized or uninvited yet marvelous.
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.