Reviving a Dying Language

After the Guatemalan civil war pushed people to give up their native language, this BYU professor recorded and saved it.


Insider Guide to Five BYU Labs

BYU’s got manikins that get sick, a lab that’s rethinking nuclear energy, and mini-cars with minds of their own.


BYU, Still

How campus went quiet, yet BYU continued on, during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Out of the Blue

Nothing Gold Can Stay

A student won the David M. Kennedy Center’s annual photo contest for capturing the Múlafossur Waterfall.

At the Y

We’re No. 1*

The coronavirus canceled the NCAA championship—but BYU basically clinched the title.

Cougs You Should Know

Alumni News

The Homework Diner

This Albuquerque mom saw a need in her schools and decided to step in, creating the Homework Diner program.

Alumni News

Illustrating Imagination

Illustration grad Shawna Tenney is using art to help children bring their own dreams and fantasies to live.

Alumni News

Hope and Smiles

A doctor, an English teacher, and a float creator share how they are enriching their communities through service.

Alumni News

Courage to Stand Alone

BYU Management Society hosts the Moral and Ethical Leadership Conference.

Fun Stuff

At the Y

Y Spy

James Gaskin’s office comes with its own I-Spy list. See if you can find Baby Yoda, Hogwarts, and a hot air balloon.

First Person

Sibling Revelries

Alumni recall the funny things that happen when you experience BYU with your closest relative.

From Our News Section

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Sidelines and Frontlines

BYU Army ROTC cadet Jenae Hyde dons another role on campus besides being a student; she‘s on the BYU Cheer Squad.

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Kuest to the Top

Golf or paint, said Peter Kuest’s father. This little threat helped forge the No. 1 golfer in the NCAA.

At the Y

Playing With Pattern

This multimedia art show is full of bright colors, interesting shapes, and pieces of art that break the rules.

Learning and Research

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Cancer in the Family

A BYU professor shares why relatives of cancer patients are missing crucial knowledge about their own cancer risk.

At the Y

National Funding for Arabic

BYU is one of only seven Arabic flagship schools designated by the U.S. National Security Education Program.

Family Focus

Protecting Your Marriage

For empty-nest couples, keeping a marriage strong—or reviving it—calls for new strategies and renewed commitment.

At the Y

The Power of Praise

Sticky notes come in clutch for a BYU professor. He’s learned praise is one of the best tools to help improve behavior.