Few things are as evocative—or as imbued with meaning—as food.
In a life full of struggle and beauty, alum Jepson has seen the fruits of perseverance and is helping to pay it forward.
Indigenous art forms are being taught in Utah schools to help represent Native Americans and make students feel valued.
A new alumni chapter for the BYU Jerusalem Center seeks to capture memories and stories from alumni who studied there.
A family of balloonists are bound together by their high-flying pursuit. Meet the Cannon family.
BYU grads help expand opportunities by getting premed students into medical research labs after graduation.
Three BYU grads turned their literary excavation of England into a love letter to Jane Austen.
Trisha Weekes is at home in her workshop, where she creates, repairs, and preserves books.
For two years computer engineer Spencer Fowers tested a data center in an unlikely place—the Scottish seafloor.
Robotics kits donated to the Bountiful STEM Foundation in Ghana become powerful vehicles for education.
This grad’s goal is to tell the stories of 400,000-plus fallen servicemen and women.
BYU Management Society India Chapter President Kiran Kota organized dozens of seminars to help lower poverty.
Most BYU alumni have had to innovate and adapt during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Artist Michael R. Workman, influenced by tonalist painter George Inness, paints the spiritual qualities of rural Utah.
We tend to hole up in musical niches but expanding our listening diet can mold our imagination and connection to others.
Women—more than men—sometimes need a nudge to explore their possibilities, and usually multiple times.
More than 5,000 BYU fans came to a Tennessee football game to support the team and provide service in Knoxville.
This BYU Honored Alumni Award recipient, former athlete, and communications star has been chasing dreams her whole life.
More than 200 people attended the BYU Management Society's two-day entrepreneurship conference.
Two BYU Alumni use their science education to encourage wildlife preservation in the wilds of Glacier National Park.
A BYU alumna shares tips on how to make where you live home and how to better unify your community.
LaVar Jones turned 100 years of work and study into real help for students.
Only fifteen women have passed Ranger School. Here's how Anna Hodge beat the odds.
Once a flood victim herself, BYU student Anelle Concepción now uses her studies to protect communities from floods.
The BYU Alumni Anchorage, Alaska, chapter offers a free ACT/College Prep Camp to disadvantaged teens.
She loves salamanders; he loves rats. Together, they research the endless biodiversity of the Amazon.
Catch the vision of Jonathan Hafen, the new president of the BYU Alumni Association.
The 2018 Homecoming honored founder is none other than the late Ray Beckham, BYU’s champion if there ever was one.
The BYU Alumni Southern Oregon Chapter remembered a former student-athlete with the Ryan Folsom Memorial Run.
Milking cows while listening to MoTab and randomly selecting a BYU college catalog both led Joe Johnston to attend BYU.
An alumna’s imaginative scherenschnitte, or paper-cut creations, earned her a seat at Comic-Con.
Raised amid violence and fear, a Palestinian woman discovers that her most threatening enemy is hatred.
Ed Zendejas shared his love of law with his children, two of whom followed him all the way to the bench.
It wasn’t until he asked about the war that Ron White truly came to understand his stepfather.
An alum’s study of ancient Islamic science has him questioning the “West is best” mentality.
There are fish, sure—but that is certainly not the best catch on these construction-management outings.
See how BYU is planning to honor the great LaVell Edwards.
After seeing the same offenders in court for the 10th time, an alum decided to shake up the court.
Life gives everyone lemons. But who goes around looking for more? This TEDx-speaking alum.
Meet six of the 6,000 BYU alumni and students who currently call the Washington, D.C., metro area home.
A pay-it-forward grant has caught on at BYU—and changed Ginny Naylor’s life.
Becky Reeve, left quadriplegic after a car accident, learned to “walk by faith”—and to walk again on her own.
This wise family builds its bonds upon the sand.
If it’s a good thing and is going to help you grow and learn and expand your horizons, you should do it.
Joseph Hoffman and his wife, Kelly, began a piano academy that now reaches thousands of students around the world.
Susa Young Gates (fifth from left) was a steady servant for women, the Church, and BYU.
Elaine Englehardt's contributions in ethics have "blossomed into a national phenomenon."
Two business owners couldn’t take the enterprise out of their golden years—and turned their retirement on its head.