All of God’s children—including you—need to hear these precious truths from Dieter F. Uchtdorf.
In the battle over facts and fakes, insights and hot takes, how can you become a savvier consumer of information?
He Shall Overcome>
Not homelessness, not gangs, not childhood trauma—nothing could hold back new BYU Law student Paris Thomas.
For the World
Brigham Young University strives for academic excellence, by study and by faith, for the benefit of the world.
A team of BYU students and researchers are working to bring native wildlife back to the hills around Kennecott mine.
BYU clinical psychologist Jonathan C. Cox created a card game as a playful way to teach therapeutic concepts.
Speaking Their Language
Raised in Samoa and Utah, biology PhD student connects science and family to help Pacific Islanders with Alzheimer's.
Big Deals for a Big Deal
Thanks to her social-media influencer status, basketball starter Shaylee Gonzales is scoring big with NIL deals.
Kids, Start Your Engines
BYU Alumni and The Startup Academy have helped more than 300 teens start small businesses.
Going Forth: A Mile in Their Shoes
An immigrant herself, Natalia Benjamin's Minnesota classroom is a safe haven for refugee and immigrant students.
Learning for the “Least of These”
BYU professors and students change the lives of incarcerated people by teaching history at Utah's state prisons.
BYU alumni, faculty, and students are helping Wilford Woodruff’s records of the Restoration become available to all.
A Healthy Way to Talk to Kids About Sex
Healthy sexuality isn't an easy topic. This expert shares how to talk to kids about sex using research and the gospel.
The Dark Planet
By restoring old cars Scott Knight connects with his son and is finally able to understand the world of ADHD.
Why Autism Diagnoses Matter
Identifying autism sooner—especially in girls—could improve and even save lives.