Feature

What’s Killing Journalism?

The Fourth Estate is in shambles. Experts from Atlantic, Fox News, CNN and more talk how—and who—can save it.

Feature

Audacious Faith

See the most singular ways LDS doctrine stands apart—and why Mormons should be fearless living it.

At the Y

All Fun and Names

Meet BYU-discovered Jimmer the virus and Bigfoot the bug.

Make the Most of Summer

Feature

So You Want to . . .

Double your money? Polish your moves? Check out 25 things you could learn at BYU in the summer.

Feature

Where Do They Go?

Get a picture of the BYU summer experience through more than 100 student postcards.

Family Focus

It’s Reading Season

Summer reading can inspire young readers to think, feel, and grow—even out of school.

Alumni News

Where the Run Begins

Tackling mountains or marathons, the Harper family shares a passion that runs deep.

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At the Y

Lego Earthquakes

Want to wrap your head around time reversal? A BYU physicist breaks it down shooting sound waves at Legos.

At the Y

Extinct No More

BYUtv's new thriller, Extinct, features spaceships, explosions, aliens, and sci-fi drama.

Alumni News

Learning to Fly (Fish)

There are fish, sure—but that is certainly not the best catch on these construction-management outings.

Cougs You Should Know

Alumni News

Viral Piano Lessons

Joseph Hoffman and his wife, Kelly, began a piano academy that now reaches thousands of students.

Alumni News

100 Days of Rejection

Life gives everyone lemons. But who goes around looking for more? This TEDx-speaking alum.

Alumni News

Getting the Scoop

Curiosity, drive, and a passion for dairy—this BYU alum is one of the country’s top ice-cream experts.

Alumni News

Decades of Friendship

Six former BYU roommates go on a laughter-filled reunion trip to celebrate their 80th birthdays.

First Person

First Person

Memories in Store

In alumni memories, the BYU Store is an amalgamation of the smell of books, jalapeno bagels, fudge, and . . . love?

First Person

Stepping Up—and Up and Up

In sets ranging from a few to 192, BYU’s stairs provide its trekkers a chance to sweat and make memories.

First Person

Dirty Laundry

With loathing, love, or laughter — sometimes all three —students tackle one of life’s grown-up chores.