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Students

Parable of the Cane

Isaac James Richards honors James E. Talmage in his essay, Parable of the Cane, about conformity and conviction.

Students

Fowl Waters

A student-designed filter is making murky waters drinkable.

Campus

Brother-Sister Act

The basics of college life are anything but simple for Damian Anderson, who has autism.

Campus

Some Who Wander Are Lost

When the world is your campus, it’s best to bring a map.

Research

Family

The Rewards of Indebtedness

Deep gratitude to God is a remedy for entitlement and selfishness.

People

Curiouser and Curiouser

In his research and his teaching, a BYU grad and professor explores big questions in biology and faith.

Research

Chocolate Hunters

BYU researchers became the first to discover where the ancient Maya kept their sacred cacao groves.

Faculty

Running on Empty

BYU Economics Professor Christian Vom Lehn answers questions about inflation and the state of the economy in 2022.

People

Campus

Keeping the Faith

Courtney Wayment ended her BYU track career with more national titles than any other BYU female athlete.

Alumni

Staging a Comeback

Former BYU football player and current actor, Tuifua stars as Captain Moroni in the Book of Mormon videos.

Campus

2021 Giving Report: Work That Heals

Thanks to generous donors, BYU students are using their research and passion for the benefit of the world.

Alumni

Building His Community 

Each year an alum donates a home makeover to a neighbor in need.

Faith

Campus

Faithful Works

Rachel Cannon Boss (’23) isn’t an art student, but she still has a painting hanging in a gallery.

Faith, Hope, Charity, and Politics 
In a time of political divisiveness and despair, how can Latter-day Saints avoid the trap of cynicism?
Family

Alumni

Mama Eads’s Eats

Fall recipes from the kitchen of a BYU alum put the season's favorite squash front and center.

Family Focus

Nourish and Strengthen

Empowering children to improve their relationship with food and body image starts at home.

People

From Cod to Korma

Few things are as evocative—or as imbued with meaning—as food.

People

Leaving the Nest 

A red-tailed hawk family and a mother both prepare to say goodbye to fledglings.