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Devotionals in Color

After inspiration from devotionals, BYU student Amber Ellis paints her testimony.


When Knowledge Isn’t Power

In leadership and in life, what you don’t know might help you, says bestselling author and alumna Liz Wiseman.


A Last Breath of Witness

The late Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize winner Eliezer Wiesel shared thoughts at BYU.

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Stepping Up

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

At the Y

Telling Her Story

History professor Rebecca de Schweinitz added authenticity to the new, civil rights–era American Girl Doll.

Alumni News

Standing Tall

Becky Reeve, left quadriplegic after a car accident, learned to “walk by faith”—and to walk again on her own.

Alumni News

Called to Surf

This wise family builds its bonds upon the sand.

Out of the Blue

Out of the Blue

All Eyes Are on These Beetles

BYU researchers have discovered what the Emerald ash borer can’t see—and it may be the key to saving ash trees.

Out of the Blue

He Photographed Them All

BYU photographer Mark Philbrick retired in August after serving for 40 years—and under six BYU presidents.

Out of the Blue

Crossing the Finish

The Rex Lee Run was different—in the best of ways—this year for Sarah Kay Brimhall Miller.