BYU alum is the new president of Gymboree, an international chain of children’s clothing and accessories stores.
Through affinity chapters, groups like the Young Ambassadors can continue friendships and serve BYU.
Alum Christian Jensen’s Oscar-nominated White Earth explores themes of innocence, home, and the American dream.
Larry Macfarlane does family history work—by painting others' childhoods.
This alum came up with an ingenious solution to bring electricity to a remote Dominican Republic village.
Tom V. Huynh met the missionaries in a refugee camp. He's since served a mission, graduated and is on the Town Council.
At age 50, he began looking for a new challenge and applied to compete on the History Channel’s Top Shot.
Jacob Jones, Stuart Maxfield, and Aaron Anderson rock out in the Provo band Fictionist signed by Atlantic Records.
This alum trains assistance dogs to help identify the onset of hypoglycemia in insulin-dependent diabetics.
BYU alum is an expert when it comes to baking with whole wheat, having made over 6200 loaves of bread.
BYU has been building some incredible technology including a gentler dental drill and a portable chemical analyzer.
A major force on BYU's offensive line, Jake Kuresa went on to play arena football for the Utah Blaze.
BYU alum found Sattler Clothing, an eco-friendly clothing company that provides internships to students in Cape Verde.
With a successful animation career, Eric Hochhalter wants to stay connected to BYU animation faculty.
For Michael McPheters, 30 years as an FBI agent were not enough to exhaust an interest in investigation.
This couple says being chapter chairs is a rewarding way to give back to BYU.
John D. McDowell, ’70, has crossed paths with the infamous outlaw Jesse James.
Aaron D. Gilchrist helped to design and test the Mars Odyssey, which now orbits Mars.
Trent D. Stephens researches thalidomide, which causes deformities in some 10,000 children in 46 countries.
According to Fought, a great course requires more than good grass and appeal.