Summer 2020 Issue

Features

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Permission to Laugh

Faced with an ALS diagnosis, Chris and Lisa Clark gave themselves—and everyone else—permission to laugh at the disease.

Feature

Can You Feel God’s Love?

God's love is always there. If you can’t fully sense it, your spiritual receptors may need healing.

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Stepping Up

As the COVID-19 virus swept across the world, alumni sought ways to help. Here are stories from three of them.

Departments

Commentary

Ethnic Peacemaking

God’s family is a diverse and beautiful community of siblings.

At The Y

At the Y

Delivery, Service

BYU student finds healing in serving the elderly and at-risk by delivering groceries to their doors.

At the Y

Q&A: Fighting COVID-19

BYU virus expert and professor Brett Pickett gives us the low-down on how covid-19 compares to other novel viruses.

At the Y

When COVID-19 Struck

A winter semester like no other—with events canceled, classes online, grading adjusted, and social lives disrupted.

At the Y

Painting with Bacteria

Who says biologists can’t be artists? BYU MMBio and Art Beat Club students create masterpieces out of colorful bacteria.

At the Y

Tales from Quarantine

Looking for some new reads during quarantine? BYU professors suggest these books to escape the world for a moment.

At the Y

King of Zoom

When school went remote, Trevor Lemmons made the most of it by dressing up each day in a different costume on Zoom.

Alumni News

Alumni News

In Good Hands

Olympic Games? World Cups? Karen Bybee has done it all, but the core of her leadership starte at BYU.

Out of the Blue

Out of the Blue

Rolling with It

No graduation ceremony? No problem. This BYU graduate is “rolling” with it.

Out of the Blue

A Swashbuckling Win

BYU’s Center for Animation’s video game Avast Ye! wins big at the Intel University Games Showcase.

Letters From Home

Letters From Home

Call Your Mom

For this alumna, phone conversations about little things help to fill the lonely spaces.