Amid widespread gloom, BYU experts share reasons they remain hopeful for better things to come.
BYU’s flagship publication is getting a new look and vibe, while continuing to deliver BYU goodness.
What's it like to be Black on an overwhelmingly White campus? Black members of the BYU community share their stories.
Step-by-step, a quiet commuting revolution is taking place on campus and in Provo.
BYU colleges, in just about every BYU discipline, are finding ways to connect with China.
A bond forged 40 years ago was renewed this year by BYU’s largest-ever performing tour.
The director of BYU’s Honor Code Office addresses common questions.
It was a find that captured the attention of the archaeology world. BYU researchers dig in to what makes it so unique.
A BYU Museum of Art exhibit of Pulitzer-winning photography displays humanity at its best and worst.
With abundant glass—outside and within—BYU’s gleaming new Engineering Building brings innovation into the light.
A BYU program is sending doctors, sonographers, and students across the Pacific to help relieve a hidden sorrow.
Arguably the coolest car on campus, Hawkes Poulter’s tricked-out Acura RSX is a canvas of all his childhood loves.
While taking formal pictures of alumni across America, photographer Bradley Slade captured a portrait of America.
In Cougar Capital, a class heralded by Forbes, BYU MBA students take investor dollars—and make a sixfold return
In a time when young adults seek help for anxiety and depression like never before, BYU experts offer advice—and hope.
After an injury forced her to let go of music, Hannah Lambert found a new passion: digging into history, literally.
President Worthen has a new priority: inspiring learning. See student examples of what he means.
Here’s a primer on everything you never knew about BYU’s beloved symbol on high.
For nearly three decades, BYU professor Janis Nuckolls has been unlocking the secrets of Quichua language and culture.
We spy a newcomer in blue in the student cheering section.
A social media countdown to game day has fans hunting for swag-stuffed boxes across the nation.
David Smalley, the ultimate Trekkie and Skywalker fan, is going to make Leia holographic video a real thing.
A BYU student team wins the “Super Bowl” of college entrepreneurship.
After nearly two decades and more than 800 sporting events, BYU’s radio announcer is still perfecting his game.
With small-town roots and a passion for the mission of Brigham Young University, Kevin J Worthen takes the reins as the
A favorite son of Carbon County and a longtime leader in the BYU community is the new president.
Despite severe health challenges, this alum has garnered national acclaim as a business and motivational guru.
With its enchanting blend of pop culture and campus life, BYU's Divine Comedy conjures laughs in Provo and Happy Valley.
BYU’s “Upper Campus” has enveloped and developed a square mile of farmland into a premier center for light and learning.
In the U.S. Senate and the Utah Supreme Court, Mike and Tom Lee carry on the legal legacy of their father, Rex Lee.
Household names now among Cougar fans, not one of these playmakers came to BYU on an athletic scholarship.
Changes at BYU are shown through the stories of students who've already come and gone.
The authors of Crucial Conversations suggest ways to talk yourself into healthier relationships.
The fourth in a four-part series following several new BYU students turning the page on their first year.
The second in a four-part series capturing the journey of several new Brigham Young University students.
The first in a four-part series capturing the journey of four new students as they enter Brigham Young University.
BYU economics professors explain how the US got into a recession and how we can learn from it.
Minerva Teichert found her greatest eloquence in the wall-sized paintings she created in her remote Wyoming home.
BYU Animation students are in the midst of a new film. They discuss production, directing, and more.
The mtn. TV network will go beyond football, airing more than 200 events a year.
These are the esteemed individuals and power couples who built BYU as we know it.
BYU students enter to learn and go forth to serve every day. Thousands of students in many different areas.
A close look at a BYU day reveals a campus that is both familiar and surprising.
Dozens of international students have come to BYU, where they learn to build both faith and business.
Engineering "control freaks" learn how to let go and allow miniature planes to fly on their own.
Physics, animation, DNA, and grammar--it's all in a day's work for BYU's five supercomputers named Mary Lou.
In reviews of six campus restaurants, the BYU Magazine staff offers tips for sampling BYU’s array of culinary choices.
LaVell Edwards Stadium is filled to capacity with new food choices for fans and spacious seats for the Cougar Club.
Of one heart and one mind in his vision for BYU and the kingdom, President Bateman never saw the two as separate.
A BYU business professor finds that business tension can often be diffused by improving communication behaviors.
Like athletes preparing for the in-state rival, many students come up with meticulous “pre-game” rituals before tests.
Over the last 30-some years BYU has become a powerhouse in women’s sports.
Inhabiting the same space, college roommates share in each other's joys and trials.
BYU Magazine is requesting stories of student survival.
Cho Yoong Jin is an inspiration to the BYU community. Read her story.
In studying a remote, primitive African tribe, a BYU anthropology professor discovered what he least expected to find.
The newly created BYU-Idaho offers an innovative approach–a new way of looking at higher education.
It doesn’t take new students long to see that BYU has a culture all its own.
One of BYU’s newest General Education courses and its companion textbook help students of the family.
BYU communications professor Daniel Stout has helped create a new field of inquiry to help obtain spiritual goals.
The events of Sept. 11 brought feelings of shock, grief, and patriotism to the BYU community.
On the brink of a promising career, Hoppe savors every opportunity to develop his performing skills.
Thanks to a 1991 discovery by a BYU associate professor of chemistry one of the decisions you might make got easier.
Some of the tests have saved lives conducted by students at the World Games have saved lives.
The EMS program finally got off the drawing board and onto campus in April 1997 and is still going strong.
Since 1981 the OPA has given students opportunities to participate in archaeological digs throughout Utah.
The new Student Health Center, which replaces the aged Health Center, is one of several campus construction projects.