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Distance runner Casey A. Clinger ('23) runs down a grassy field, leading the pack.


Sorry Not Sorry, Coach

Casey A. Clinger ('23) shatters a 38-year old distance running record held by none other than his own coach.


Team Thompson

Not many families can say they have an NCAA All-American, but the Thompson family had three in one year.

Lauren Gustin poses with a basketball in one hand on an outdoor court.


Record-Breaking Rebounder 

Leading the 2022-2023 season, Lauren Gustin swept the leaderboards in rebounds, double-doubles, minutes, and points.

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.
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.


In Full Bloom 

BYU alumna Emily Fox King uses floral paintings to explore different meanings of femininity.

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.


Faithful Works

Rachel Cannon Boss (’23) isn’t an art student, but she still has a painting hanging in a gallery.

First Person


So Long, HFAC

Grads share their artful experiences in a beloved BYU building.

An illustration of a female college student strains to raise a heavy weightlifting barbell. Stacks of dumbbells and weights sit in the foreground.


Working Out 

BYU grads recall the many ways they stayed active on campus.

A cartoon depiction of a BYU student sitting on a log outside a rustic cabin where others are organizing a search party.


Some Who Wander Are Lost

When the world is your campus, it’s best to bring a map.

A grandma leads two students carrying a giant pitcher of green bean juice.

First Person

Sharing a Meal 

Enjoy a big gulp of bean juice or an eye-watering bite of black pepper as BYU grads share tasty tales from campus meals.