Charlene Renberg Winters
After nearly dropping out as a student, thanks to mentors he thrived at BYU. Now he’s the one doing the mentoring.
A peacemaker by nature, Ann Romney has found her voice on a national stage, fighting for the causes she believes in.
A family advocates for children with special needs and their families after having a daughter with Down syndrome.
With help from alum Aaron Sherinian, #GivingTuesday is taking the charitable world by storm.
Tackling mountains or marathons, the Harper family shares a passion that runs deep.
Meet the Mormons is a new LDS motion picture that gives insights into the lives of ordinary LDS church members.
A trio of BYU alumni founded a nonprofit that helps Ugandan women become artisans and support their families.
As begins a two-year term as BYU Alumni Association president, Seamons reflects on lessons learned.
Student performers and alumni aim to take flight at this year’s BYU Spectacular.
Fantasy artist James Christensen draws viewers into his whimsical world with imaginative yet relatable creations.
Thousands of alumni get their degrees on a non-traditional timeline and improve the world around them.
Naval officer and BYU alumnus Doug Herrin shares why he was named Military Engineer of the Year.
Designer Brittany Jepsen’s whimsical creations are coming up roses.
Fritz Hanselmann reflects on his decision to use his love of diving to study shipwrecks on the bottom of the ocean.
Brian Higginbotham’s work strengthening families has earned him the Young Alumni Distinguished Service Award.
Homecoming festivities have grown out of the traditions and celebrations while others have changed.
After a broken ankle left her stuck at home, Janice Kapp Perry turned to Heavenly Father for musical inspiration.
Braids, twists, curls, and “Daddy ’Dos” feed a blogging family of hair aficionados.
When life handed her failing kidneys, Diana McGuire gathered her courage and changed her fate.
From trees to art to building scholarships, Jack and Mary Lois Wheatley have enriched the landscape of BYU.
BYU alumna writes Happy Homemaking: An LDS Girl’s Guide to help young homemakers.
A young BYU grad is propelled to the top of the opera world where she faces doubts and a performance for a prince.
Behind the scenes or center stage, Jerry Elison has shaped Utah Valley theater for six decades.
At Homecoming 2012 BYU recognized eight alumni and friends for distinguished service.
Megan Faulkner Brown creates bakeshop havens and wins honors—one cupcake at a time.
A team of analysts were encouraged to think unconventionally and to identify weaknesses in U.S. defenses.
The queen of crush, a mom in a monster truck helps her family through a tough economy.
Homecoming 2012 honors a university icon: the 100-year-old Karl G. Maezer Building.
Meet the Dickamores. Their honeymoon took them on the road as cast members.
Opera tenor and BYU alum Thomas Glenn won a Grammy for his role in a contemporary opera named Doctor Atomic.
Agle spoke at a BYU Alumni webcast and shared five principles to help you prepare for ethical challenges.
At an Emeriti event, Chad Lewis recounted his hike up Mt. Kilimanjaro with Wounded Warriors.
Meet Gabrielle Blair, the alumna behind Time magazine's favorite parenting blog of the year.
Live the Oz Principle. You can achieve the extraordinary when you practice accountability.
Author Marianne Monson uses historical fiction to bring the stories of her ancestors to life.
This couple is transforming a passion for dance into Southern Strutt, one of the top dance programs in the nation.
Retired BYU communications professor Jack A. Nelson recently published a gripping account of a real-life tragedy.
In her book, Patricia Bushman commemorates the ill-fated 1961 U.S. figure skating team.
Meet the three Alumni who received the first doctorates bestowed at BYU.
Communications students refine their writing and expand their creativity through mentorships with industry experts.
Networking expert Jeff Rust says you never know the future impact of a current relationship.
Muriel Thole has been clicking her needles at BYU sports events for more than 55 years.
Keith Hamilton, the BYU Law School's first black student, has written a book about the priesthood and blacks.
As Aline Coleman Smith she turns 100, she is still dancing through life.
Gerrit de Jong Jr. passed a legacy of musical and scholastic excellence to his two surviving daughters.
Known for his rich baritone voice, Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell will steal the show at BYU this Homecoming.
Earl and Opal Pickles bring as much delight to cartoonist Brian Crane as they do to the rest of us.
Once well known as a best-selling gather and national television personality, Dian Thomas is making appearances.
An enthusiast for all things BYU, alumna and ultimate fan D. J. Johnson takes every opportunity to show she bleeds blue.
In a recent BYU Alumni webcast, author Joseph Grenny spoke about making life changes.
Willard White goes on an epic bike ride to thank Shriner's Hospital for their generosity on behalf of his daughters.
John Bozung, a race director and try marathon man, completed his 300th marathon last July.
Ray Beckham is the last living bishop of the very first BYU wards and stakes, which were organized in the 1950s.
For more than 40 years, Donald R. Marshall has valued the arts, managing the International Cinema at BYU.
Inspired by a parable, an alumna has rescued more than 100 Chinese orphans.
A BYU alum and doctor shares his experiences as part of volunteer team that helped Haitian hurricane survivors.
Reaching the Y for the first time was an unlikely feat for a convalescing Guy Larson. Now he’s made 1,500 trips.
In her 103 years, BYU alum Lorna Alder has witnessed the importance of obtaining an education.
Eight individuals have been honored with emeriti awards by the BYU Emeriti Alumni Association.
A family helps those in need by commissioning nativities, helping 90 artisans and raising over $66,000 for charity.
A four-decade friendship has helped over 100 women get BYU educations.
On a Salt Lake Valley rugby pitch, Larry Gelwix has molded generations of championship boys.
Karen Ashton helped create Thanksgiving Point and the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival and has given generously to BYU.
Homecoming 2009 honors Timpanogos Roberts, the tradition's founder and a physical education revolutionary.
A surgeon-artist honors the Mormon Battalion with a monumental project.
Testing the durability of a blender, Tom Dickinson has blended some truly odd things.
Amy Freeze was destined to have a career in weather from the moment she was named.
At birth Jayson and Rachelle Wilkinson's quintuplets weighed more than 21 pounds together.
BYU alumni gently raise sacred strains in the world’s most famous choir.
The artist James Christensen works alone. For his daughters, the same goal demands a different approach.
After 50 years of sharing heritage, BYU folk dancers have created a legacy of their own.
Anyone who says “it can’t be done” probably hasn’t worked with J. Craig McIlroy (BA ’78).
BYU’s Emeriti Alumni Association gave 10 emeriti awards to former professors and alumni of at least 40 years.
The new Gordon B. Hinckley Alumni and Visitors Center will provide an inviting front door to BYU’s campus.
Recipients of the Hinckley Scholarship gather to honor the man for whom the scholarship was named.
In a new exhibition at BYU's Museum of Art, visitors catch a glimpse of ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome.
A defining experience with President Holland taught Carr C. Krueger valuable lessons and ultimately led him back to BYU.
Mick Shannon, founder of the Children's Miracle Network, raises millions of dollars for children's hospitals.
Recognizing that BYU never stands still, a post-war president brought fresh ideas, spiritual strength, and big plans.
Managing Church public affairs during the Hinckley years is a challenge Bruce Olsen wouldn't have missed.
Once a student employee of the BYU Bookstore, Roger Reynolds now operates one of the largest collegiate bookstores.
Seven people will be honored during Homecoming 2002 with university awards for their extensive devotion and service.
Participants in the alumni Church history tour joined some 330,000 people in visiting the Nauvoo Temple open house.
Parents will converge on BYU campus to participate in the third annual Parents' Weekend.
Parents, students, and alumni get together on back-to-school night.
BYU President Benjamin Cluff Jr. strove to improve education for all.
This alum worked in Hollywood for 6 years before beginning a more-than-10-year odyssey with the release of his own film.
Seven BYU graduates have made significant differences in their communities, states, and beyond.
Quinn Mckay, BYU's new Emeritus Association president, doesn't go for easy answers.
The meaning of Alumni Association chapters goes much deeper than connecting alumni with the university.
BYU's Student Alumni Network took first prize for an outstanding program in Toronto, Canada.
Linda Jones Gibbs provides art for the MOA to accompany BYU's Maynard Dixon exhibition.
Mack J. Wilberg's journey to become the associate director of the world-acclaimed Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
After graduation Diana Peterson thought her BYU phase was over. Now she's the new Alumni Association president.
After a career with the military Joseph L. "Ren" Allred returns to BYU.
Make way for the BYU celebrations of Homecoming 1998.
As Alumni Association president, Gilbert promotes his alma mater and seeks to help alumni.
BYU Professors examine art treasures on the walls of ancient ruins using modern imaging technology.
Fantasy artist James Christensen lives in a land just a little left of reality.
A 21-year-old BYU chemistry major went before the senate committee to promote increased funding for scientific research.