A Richards Building racquetball court has been transformed into a spinning room, complete with 40 cycles.
A BYU illustration major paints 50 portraits in an hour, capturing the people of Provo.
The first in a four-part series capturing the journey of four new students as they enter Brigham Young University.
The Hinckley Alumni and Visitors Center stands as a tribute to the beloved prophet—this is its story.
At times the prospect of forging friendly relations seems as likely as mixing oil and water.
President Gordon B. Hinckley turned the first shovelful of dirt for a new BYU building that will bear his name.
While studying at BYU’s London Centre, students explore their heritage by encountering those who created it.
When I began attending BYU, I quickly learned that cool literary folk hung out at the Pie.
The library is expanding again - this time digitally - making holdings more accessible around the world.
Christ Healing the Sick at Bethesda (1883) is one of eight altarpieces created by Carl Bloch. Now, it's at BYU.
From 1899 to 1999, these are the teachers whose reputation preceded them, and whose influence lingers to this day.
The Eyring Science Center reopens with a dedication on March 10, 1998.
The Royal Norwegian Order of Merit, Knight First Class, is awarded to BYU's Pete Peterson.
New merchandise addition BYU Barbie receives a gamut of opinions from students, both negative and positive.
BYU's male team won both competitions they attended this year.