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Windows into Engineering

With abundant glass—outside and within—BYU’s gleaming new Engineering Building brings innovation into the light.

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Earl and Opal’s Love Story

Didn’t know your favorite old folks were BYU alumni? Artist Brian Crane is a grad. Check out his tribute to BYU.

Web-Only Stories

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Make Your 100 List

The Marriott School expert on living intentionally wants you to make a 100 list. Here are the rules.

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Partying Like It’s 2011

Three BYU greats found their way back to the same court for a whirlwind TBT final-four run.

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Real-Life Von Trapps?

The BYU-loving LeBarons became internet sensations almost overnight. We caught up with them to hear their story.

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BYU in the Top 10

Taysom Hill? Check. Tanner Mangum Hail Mary? Check. A softball player doing a handstand? You gotta see this.

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El Prójimo

Loving our neighbor requires getting close and giving of ourselves.

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Framing History

A BYU Museum of Art exhibit of Pulitzer-winning photography displays humanity at its best and worst.

Cougs You Should Know

Alumni News

Anything Is Possible

Current president of UVU Astrid Tuminez shares insights from her time as an international student at BYU.

Alumni News

Exploring With Paint

Alumni Ron Richmond has an eye for the off-balance. It's from the asymmetrical he creates stunning art.

Alumni News

Above the Flood

Once a flood victim herself, BYU student Anelle Concepción now uses her studies to protect communities from floods.

Alumni News

Acting for Good

Heidi Méndez Harrison loves the theater, and her favorite writers and audiences are kids in juvenile detention centers.

Fun Stuff

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Quite the Characters

You probably won’t hear BYU animation students shouting, “We’re No. 1!” but we’ll shout it for them.

Alumni News

50 Years of Foreign Films

BYU's International Cinema is celebrating 50 years. Alumni share with us their stories from their time on campus.

Out of the Blue

A Tale of Two Cosmos

Who is behind the mask? Read about Peggy Heron and her experience being unmasked as the first female Cosmo.

From Our News Section

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Finding Common Ground

A BYU-hosted NCAA event invited people from LGBTQ and religious communities to sit down together and talk.

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What Makes a Place Home?

Media professor Brad Barber scours the country for answers in his documentary series, States of America.

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Fast Feats

BYU had its best school showing ever at the 2018 NCAA Cross Country Championships.