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Todd Condie

People

A Philosophy of Storytelling

Dennis Packard is combining philosophy literary theory, and filmmaking to teach students to be generous storytellers.

Campus

A Room Without A View

With rare exception, we tend to disparage what is below us.

People

Anticipating an ICE Age

Dan Olsen Jr. foresees a future where computers are an integral part of every facet of our lives.

People

Plenty of Space on Campus

Leading Edge editor Eric Ehlers is part of BYU’s community of bright students who love science fiction.

A Director’s Vision
Summer 2002
Audacity is something Jason E. Yancey, '02, appears to have been born with.
This Project Sponsored By…
Spring 2002
ORCA helps with mentoring at BYU and enables an emphasis on undergrad research.
Reviving the Dead Sea Scrolls
Spring 2002
A BYU professor brought to life volume 17 of the official publication of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Broadcasting Freedom
Spring 2002
For broadcast producer Lindsay Palmer, journalism is an opportunity to both learn and serve.
An Undisputed Gold medal for BYU
Spring 2002
The 2002 Olympic Games showcased not only Salt Lake City and Utah, but BYU as well.
Examining the Venue Viability
Winter 2002
BYU graduate Management students created a business plan for the post-Olympic use of the speed-skating oval.
An Army of Two
Winter 2002
For Matt and Mandy Ellett, national security is a family matter.
The Silver Screen in a Thousand Tongues
Winter 2002
BYU's International Cinema has become one of the most popular forms of entertainment on campus. Go behind the scenes.
First Independent Study Course for PDAs Introduced
Winter 2001
The Department of Independent Study unveiled what is believed to be the world's first course from a university on a PDA.
Chinese Ambassador Makes Donation to Library
Winter 2001
In his recent visit Ambassador Yang Jiechi addressed a BYU audience and donated 1,000 Chinese texts to the library.