Amanda K. Fronk
Want to be a better device user? BYU experts say to focus more on how you use it and less on how much.
A BYU student uses physics and lasers to study the inner workings of stars at a temperature just above absolute zero.
In a near-perfect season, the BYU women’s volleyball team ranked No. 1 in the nation for 11 weeks.
With trillions of inhabitants, your gut microbiome affects your health in more ways than scientists ever imagined.
All-American XC runner Erica Birk-Jarvis returns after a yearlong hiatus with record-breaking times and . . . baby Jack.
During World War I, BYU students went forth to serve their country—both at home and abroad.
An advertising team finds that the best tool for changing perceptions about the Book of Mormon is the Book of Mormon.
From an ancient Christian philosopher to long-lost papyri scrolls, this lost interpretation of Psalms is noteworthy.
Disney, Netflix, and Chief Justice John Roberts are paying attention to the work of one word-mining professor.
Her work to prosecute rape has made national headlines. Now she's on BYU's council to assess sexual-assault reporting.
Greg Olsen’s “I-Spy” painting is on permanent display in the Gordon B. Hinckley Center.
With artistic talent and timely donor support, a BYU student shares the gift of learning.
Folk band The National Parks, made up of BYU students, is rocking the iTunes charts.
A nationally renowned chef is responsible for BYU's delectable dishes—and he's sharing some favorite fall combinations.
With a little statistical modeling, BYU professor C. Shane Reese can answer all the important questions.
Mechanical engineering PhD student Shannon A. Zirbel is shaking things up with NASA.
In Eric Dursteler's Food and History class, students taste their way through the ages.
Three standout flicks provide a window into the BYU film program’s success in fiction.
A Museum of Art exhibit offers a journey of learning—and unlearning—about Islam.
A Museum of Art exhibit examines the art of the Weir family, which expanded the traditions of American art.
It's a great day to be a Cougar, especially when you know what to brag about.
A brush with cancer gives a nursing student one more reason not to skip class.
Editing students in landlocked Utah take readers around the world.
The research of acoustics assistant professor Kent L. Gee and his students spans the spectrum of sound.
After decades of coaching Cougars, R. Craig Poole is now head coach at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.
Award-winning poet and BYU English professor reveals how she finds poetic inspiration and shares 8 of her creations.
Jillian Camarena-Williams (’11) broke the American record for the women’s indoor shot put.
The annual celebration of the Ploughman Poet included Eric Gilzean, former president of the Utah Scottish Association.