Spring 2010 Issue

Features

Feature

Eastern Exposure

BYU photography professor led a trip to the Orient in hopes of finding scenes that really said "This is in China."

Feature

Face to Face

Face-to-face leadership requires words and actions to show people around us that we hear, understand and love them.

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Homework

Mothers share how they apply at home what they learned at BYU.

Departments

First Person

Finals Thoughts

BYU alumni share memories of the ever-dreaded finals week.

Commentary

Three Cups of Tea

Greg Mortenson, a village leader, and Korphe children combined efforts to build a school in a small Pakistani village.

BYU Today

BYU Today

Jimmer For 49

In BYU’s 99–69 win over Arizona, point guard Jimmer Fredette set the BYU record for most points scored by one player.

BYU Today

Kearl’s Currencies

BYU economics professor collects eclectic forms of currency including shells, stones, swords, and scalps.

BYU Today

Back in the Saddle

BYU student’s journey after being kicked by horse, a month-long coma, and a fight to return to normal life.

BYU Today

The Short List

5 things going on at BYU that you don’t want to miss. 

BYU Today

Reptilian Riddle

A study by a BYU biology professor answers one of the most perplexing scenarios in island biogeography.

BYU Today

Sun Power

Food science professor developed a solar-powered dryer to help Pacific Islanders with food storage.

BYU Today

Cranes of Peace

Student and community volunteers strung the cranes together for the exhibit Struggle, Hope, and New Life.

Book Nook

Alumni Report

Alumni Report

Emeriti Alumni Honor Eight

Eight individuals have been honored with emeriti awards by the BYU Emeriti Alumni Association.

Alumni Report

Technology for the Taking

BYU has been building some incredible technology including a gentler dental drill and a portable chemical analyzer.

Alumni Report

Happy in the Valley

2010 graduates find satisfaction in the climb, contributing to "Happy Valley" being so happy.

Alumni Updates

Alumni Updates

Help For Haiti

A BYU alum and doctor shares his experiences as part of volunteer team that helped Haitian hurricane survivors.

Alumni Updates

Looking Back

Looking back at BYU memories from 125 years ago up to the present.

Alumni Updates

Directing Development

BYU alum is a leader in implementing long-term development programs in countries around the world.

Alumni Updates

Monsters, Inc.

BYU alum studies and breeds one of the reptile world’s most mysterious creatures: the Gila monster.

Alumni Updates

Flour Power

BYU alum is an expert when it comes to baking with whole wheat, having made over 6200 loaves of bread.

Alumni Updates

Y Guy

Reaching the Y for the first time was an unlikely feat for a convalescing Guy Larson. Now he’s made 1,500 trips.