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A smiling BYU gymnast in a blue leotard gives her teammates a high-five.


Soaring Smiles

BYU gymnast Anyssa Alvarado stuck the landing on her senior season, all while living up to her nickname—Smiley.

Conner Mantz and Clayton Young finish the marathon Olympic trials and qualify for the Paris 2024 Olympics.


Provo to Paris

Two BYU alumni qualified for the Paris 2024 summer Olympics by finishing first and second in the marathon Olympic trials

Paige Moore held up in the air, cheering as a team flyer.


Cheerful Persistence

Paige Moore overcame debilitating brain injury, allowing her to achieve her childhood dream.

Aidan Troutner stands on the track indoors with hands on hips, looking triumphantly at the camera.
Cruising at Altitude
BYU runner Aidan Troutner ran a sub-four-minute mile at elevation indoors in Utah—a feat some thought impossible.
Hitting the Right Notes
BYU's new Music Building opened in January 2023. Take a tour of the facility, complete with 360-degree videos.
A BYU registration poster showing a screen print image of a red parrot in the jungle


Wit and Vision

With artistry fit for a museum, these screen-print posters reminded students to register for class from 1978 to 1996.

An illustration shows a frog clinging to a lily pad to try to stay out of the water. It has a traditional Japanese feel.


A Splash of Inspiration

A student illustrator draws on her heritage to create an absurdist take on a traditional Japanese haiku.

Harris Fine Arts Center courtyard with the title "Bravo!" in text.



BYU bids a fond farewell to the Harris Fine Arts Center, a longtime home for the arts and communications.

First Person
BYU students dressed in neon spandex perform an interpretive dance for a biology project.


Whirling Cougars 

Grads recall when they put on their dancing shoes.


Forever BYU Friends

Grads who shared campus rooms, trials, and triumphs also built lasting bonds.

A cartoon hitchhiker holds up a cardboard sign with PHOENIX scrawled on it.


In the Summertime 

During the summer months, BYU students had some extra time to earn money, have adventures, and store up memories.


So Long, HFAC

Grads share their artful experiences in a beloved BYU building.