Loving Like Christ>
In this devotional, an immigrant shares her journey to America and toward God.
Center of It All>
For 50 years the BYU community has both filled the Marriott Center and been filled with indelible memories.
Today it seems that everybody online wants to know all about you. BYU experts share how to secure your online life.
The Halloween Dream Team
Meet the makeup artist behind athletic director Tom Holmoe's epic Halloween costumes.
Tales from the Trail
BYU alum recall hiking highlights and memorable mountain missteps.
Winner of Hearts
Diljeet Taylor, BYU Women's Cross Country head coach, turns her runners into champions on and off the track.
Starting this fall, the campus newspaper will never be the same.
Record Highs in Provo
Provo temps hit record highs last summer, and Sept. 5 was the latest date on the calendar ever to reach 100 degrees.
Going Forth: Parasite Hunter
Toxoplasma gondii—a deadly, if mostly unknown, parasite—has the full attention of researcher Kjerstie Olson.
A team of BYU researchers took the lead in a global race to create power-efficient, high-speed electronics.
An award-winning BYU capstone film explores resilience from a new angle: mothers who skateboard.
Flying Under the Lucky Star
A family of balloonists are bound together by their high-flying pursuit. Meet the Cannon family.
Scott Church, who teaches a class on pop culture at BYU, says our entertainment is more than an escape from boredom.
Going Forth: Stirring Souls with Music
Karl Johnson plays bass trombone in the United States Marine Band, the country’s oldest professional music organization.
See Also: Dig Into Church History
A Church history professor shares his recommendations for a deeper study of Doctrine and Covenants history.
Happier at Home
Spending more time at home during COVID-19 shutdowns might actually be helping teen mental health, say BYU researchers.
Sing Your Way Home
Piles of dishes and pans disappeared with a daughter-dad duet.
Why Autism Diagnoses Matter
Identifying autism sooner—especially in girls—could improve and even save lives.