Research

Letters
Cultivate Your Creativity
Two BYU professors share their favorite resources to help us develop the important skill of creativity.

Letters

Battlefield Ethics

High-stakes situations are rarely black-and-white for US special operators.

People

Owed to the Fallen

This grad’s goal is to tell the stories of 400,000-plus fallen servicemen and women.

People

Charity Never Waiteth

Jesse and Amanda Knight lived lives of service and made significant financial contributions to BYU.

Sciences
Luke Skywalker Could Sell Twinkies
A BYU study shows that heroes and villains on packaging affects the types of food you buy.

Sciences

Facing the Past

A recent biology grad is sculpting faces atop ancient hominid skull replicas for an exhibit at BYU.

Sports

BYU’s Head Doctor

Darren Campbell is BYU's head doctor: he leads the physicians supporting athletics, and he's an expert on concussions.

People

Perfectly Odd

BYU professor Pace Nielsen is on a mission to solve a centuries-old math problem: the odd perfect number.

Arts
Austen Found
Three BYU grads turned their literary excavation of England into a love letter to Jane Austen.

People

Glassworks

Mark Bigelow found a new light in his life (literally) when he began making stained glass art and sculptures.

Campus

Heritage Halls Murals

Heritage Halls murals at BYU tell the stories of early history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

People

Miscellaneous Glory

Alien planets? UFOs? Photographer Daniel George's latest work features something more mundane: the Utah Jell-O salad.