Summer 2017 Issue



What’s Killing Journalism?

The Fourth Estate is in shambles. Experts from Atlantic, Fox News, CNN and more talk how—and who—can save it.


Y, How You’ve Changed

The changes of the last decade have brought a new sheen to campus while maintaining the familiar spirit of BYU.


Audacious Faith

See the most singular ways LDS doctrine stands apart—and why Mormons should be fearless living it.



A Common Humanity

The BYU rep at an NCAA event on the divisive issue of sexual orientation sheds new light for

First Person

Parking Predicaments

When it comes to campus parking, demand is high and supply is low. The result? A legacy of hilarious parking stories.

At The Y

At the Y

Extinct No More

BYUtv's new thriller, Extinct, features spaceships, explosions, aliens, and sci-fi drama.

At the Y

Late-Night Eats

If you have the midnight munchies, look no further than Five Sushi Brothers and Chip Cookies.

At the Y

An Homage to Female Heroes

How many female greats can you name in this 40-foot mural done by Beatles album-cover artist Jann Haworth?

Alumni News

Alumni News

Like Falling in Love

BYU alum Hayley Smith overcame an eating disorder by immersing herself in Arabic and serving refugees.

Alumni News

Islamic Renaissance Man

An alum’s study of ancient Islamic science has him questioning the “West is best” mentality.

Alumni News

Learning to Fly (Fish)

There are fish, sure—but that is certainly not the best catch on these construction-management outings.

Alumni News

Learning for Life: Summer 2017

Alums share stories of using their BYU degrees to make their homes and communities a better place to live.

Alumni News

Cycle and Recycle

An alumni couple are motivating people to move from behind the wheel to atop a bike with the Provo Bicycle Collective.

Alumni News

Father Edwards

See how BYU is planning to honor the great LaVell Edwards.

Alumni News

Heart and Mind

A new magazine section, “Letters from Home, ” launches with a piece on discerning truth from an insult.