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 show must go on: performing arts at BYU responded to COVID-19 restrictions with face masks and online performances.
Meeting the President
With stories from Ernest Wilkinson to Kevin Worthen, alumni share their first-person experiences with BYU presidents.
BYU student finds healing in serving the elderly and at-risk by delivering groceries to their doors.
10 Years of TEDxBYU
BYU’s Ballard Center celebrated the tenth anniversary of TEDxBYU. See the top ten TEDxBYU speeches of the decade.
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.
The Price of Pollution
Utah air pollution isn’t just hurting our wallets—it’s also affecting our health, BYU research says.
BYU professor Pace Nielsen is on a mission to solve a centuries-old math problem: the odd perfect number.
For two years computer engineer Spencer Fowers tested a data center in an unlikely place—the Scottish seafloor.
Putting Down STEM Roots in Ghana
Robotics kits donated to the Bountiful STEM Foundation in Ghana become powerful vehicles for education.
Ditto to That
A new magazine teaches kids to appreciate the differences.
Trisha Weekes is at home in her workshop, where she creates, repairs, and preserves books.
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.
Have Your Cake
A stay-at-home mom and cake maker contemplates caring for her son and pursuing her dream job.
Why Autism Diagnoses Matter
Identifying autism sooner—especially in girls—could improve and even save lives.