Rachel E. Teixeira
BYU professors and students change the lives of incarcerated people by teaching history at Utah's state prisons.
BYU alumni, faculty, and students are helping Wilford Woodruff’s records of the Restoration become available to all.
Scott Church, who teaches a class on pop culture at BYU, says our entertainment is more than an escape from boredom.
A team of BYU researchers took the lead in a global race to create power-efficient, high-speed electronics.
Contemporary artist Vik Muniz invites us to look closer and explore new perspectives with his photographic delusions.
Diljeet Taylor, BYU Women's Cross Country head coach, turns her runners into champions on and off the track.
BYU football released two new helmet colors, navy and royal blue, as a throwback to Cougar history and tradition.
Utah’s Lieutenant Governor, who just served as her own intern, has returned to BYU to finish her bachelor’s.
A recent biology grad is sculpting faces atop ancient hominid skull replicas for an exhibit at BYU.
Artist Todd Stilson depicts the benevolence of God in a Harold B. Lee Library exhibit—using common road symbols.
Spending more time at home during COVID-19 shutdowns might actually be helping teen mental health, say BYU researchers.
BYU theatre students appeared on stage as ghostly projections during productions of Illusionary Tales.
With a dominant 65-point win, BYU Women’s Cross Country claimed their gold at the 2021 NCAA Championships.
Utah air pollution isn’t just hurting our wallets—it’s also affecting our health, BYU research says.