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A Life of Beginnings
Follow Denise Lindberg's journey as an exile from Havana, Cuba, to her legacy as a Utah district judge.


Resonating Lessons

A BYU alum is on a mission to make physics fun and accessible to everyone.


Visions of Desert Beauty 

Alumnus artist Royden Card paints and creates woodcuts of the beauty he sees in his Southern Utah home.

Child sleeping in US Air Force jacket.


Advocating for Others

A BYU grad is guiding the US military’s legal response to some of the world’s most urgent needs.


Cookie Connoisseur 

The secret to these cookies from Two Peas & Their Pod? Browned butter.

Daughters of God
BYU student Haylie Chase was called to the Young Women Advisory Council as one of five new young adult board members.


Finding Her Voice

Ecuadorian student Ariana Abadía shares her love of opera and her path to BYU.


All in the Family

Meet BYU's mother-daughter basketball duo: Amber and Amari Whiting.

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.

Slow Down Your Book of Mormon Study
Get the most out of your scripture study with Book of Mormon study tips from BYU religion professors.
A male law professor in a suit and tie holds a textbook about law and religious liberty


Religious Liberty for All

What is religious liberty, and how can the average person safeguard this human right?

A female professor with brown hair and light skin sits in her office, surrounded by books and computer screens, smiling at the camera


Food Insecurity at College

Food insecurity at college is more prevalent than in the general population, says BYU researcher Rickelle Richards.

Professor Jacob Rawlins tops glass bowls of homemade ice cream with waffle chips.


The Classroom Scoop

The sweet taste and punny names of editing professor Jacob Rawlins's homemade ice cream bring flavor to his classroom.