At the Y

Toward a Safer Campus

The results of the university’s sexual-assault study are in, and they are spurring changes to make campus safer.

Family Focus

A Wise Investment

By following basic financial principles, families can land big returns—in peace and joy.

Alumni News

Putting On a Good Face

Blowing off ears or breaking noses is all in a day’s work for father-and-son Hollywood makeup artists.

BYU Devotionals


Bound by Loving Ties

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland passionately defends religion’s role in society—and laments what might be lost.


A Soft Answer

In every situation—even those that are packed with emotion—we all have our agency to choose how to act.

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At the Y

3-D Printing 3-D Printers

Two mechanical engineering students have made a self-replicating machine. Make that machines.

First Person

Sweet Treat

For celebrations, surprises, or solace, ice cream earns its rep as students’ go-to indulgence.

Alumni News

Believing in Seeing

After serving a mission in Cambodia, a BYU alum launched a program to help the poor get access to glasses.

Alumni News

Wheel Strong

Two BYU alumni brought more than 600 impaired veterans to Salt Lake City to compete in wheelchair games.

Out of the Blue

Out of the Blue

New-Light Special

With 183 LED lights embedded into Y Mountain, the Y is now lit with the flip of a switch on campus.

Out of the Blue

Visualizing Impact

See earthquake destruction in Italy's Apennine Mountains, courtesy professor Kevin Franke and his drones.

Out of the Blue

Remembering LaVell Edwards

Three former players—Young, Holmoe, and Matich—offer tributes to the coaching legend.