Summer 2018 Issue

Features

Feature

A Heart of Flesh

Raised amid violence and fear, a Palestinian woman discovers that her most threatening enemy is hatred.

Feature

Banishing All Shadows

In his commencement speech, Elder Jeffery R. Holland invites the graduating class to call upon God’s light.

Departments

Family Focus

Handheld Therapy

Need a quick therapy sesh to treat anxiety or depression? Grab your phone.

Commentary

The Shape of the Question

To connect with Millennials about faith, we need to understand the questions they are asking.

At The Y

At the Y

Connecting Digitally

BYU’s new digital communications agency helps launch students into a changing market.

At the Y

In Her Natural Environment

How BYU grad and Gates Cambridge Scholar Anne Thomas will use a little data—and a lot of heart—to save the planet.

At the Y

Q&A: Vaccinations for You Too

Vaccines aren’t just for kids. BYU nursing professor Lacey Eden names seven vaccines adults should be getting.

At the Y

Alexa, Meet Eve

Amazon picks BYU to up Alexa’s chat game. $1.5 million is on the line if they can build a better bot.

At the Y

Tree of Light

The BYU MOA looked GOOOOOD lit up by dozens of $800K Tiffany lamps.

Alumni News

Alumni News

Build It Like Beckham

The 2018 Homecoming honored founder is none other than the late Ray Beckham, BYU’s champion if there ever was one.

Alumni News

A Run for Ryan

The BYU Alumni Southern Oregon Chapter remembered a former student-athlete with the Ryan Folsom Memorial Run.

Alumni News

This Is It

Milking cows while listening to MoTab and randomly selecting a BYU college catalog both led Joe Johnston to attend BYU.

Alumni News

A Thousand Paper Cuts

An alumna’s imaginative scherenschnitte, or paper-cut creations, earned her a seat at Comic-Con.

Alumni News

Retired, Not Tired

The Dicksons decided to take a long walk—from Georgia to Maine.

Out of the Blue

Out of the Blue

Señor Shakespeare

When “O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?” gets lost in translation.

Out of the Blue

Geared to Go

BYU engineers team with LDS Charities to develop a wheelchair that enables users to go long distances.

Out of the Blue

Team Chemistry

Some might call it an unlucky number, but for the BYU men’s volleyball team, no. 13 defined a season.

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Letters From Home

Letters From Home

Backboards

How many games of H-O-R-S-E and 21 and Around the World can be fit into a childhood?