Lessons from the Fall>
A 30-foot rock-climbing fall becomes a master class with God on life, listening, and love.
The Steep Climb>
First-generation college students forge a path at BYU.
Slow Down Your Book of Mormon Study>
Get tips from BYU religion professors on enhancing your Come, Follow Me study in 2024.
Embracing the Whole
Life-sciences student Erika Frandsen honors BYU founder Martha Jane Knowlton Coray and reflects on being "too much."
All in the Family
Meet BYU's mother-daughter basketball duo: Amber and Amari Whiting.
Finding Her Voice
Ecuadorian student Ariana Abadía shares her love of opera and her path to BYU.
Forever BYU Friends
Grads who shared campus rooms, trials, and triumphs also built lasting bonds.
Inspired in the Lab
Chad Pollard and Kelaney Stalker apply epigenetics to projects they are passionate about while working in a BYU lab.
Supporting Rural Teachers
The 3D-RST project formed to connect and support teachers in rural areas using technology.
Prepare to Care
Insights from a BYU professor on having open conversations about caregiving for aging family members.
Brandon Sanderson teaches one of BYU's most popular courses—here's why aspiring writers flock to his class.
With trees and playhouses, a family supports sick kids.
Qualified to Help
Eager to help, nursing student Nadia DeVol volunteered as a translator for a nursing trip to help Ukrainian refugees.
Called for Life
Laesgaw K’Chawtee aims to empower his people—at BYU, he’s starting by teaching their language.
Slow Down Your Book of Mormon Study
Get the most out of your scripture study with Book of Mormon study tips from BYU religion professors.
Letters from Home
The best part of basement living? Developing relationships with my family upstairs.
Letters from Home
A sports-loving husband learns a lesson from a TV controller.
Fostering a Brighter Future
A BYU alumni couple has provided refuge for thousands of Northern Californian children.