Bridgette D. Tuckfield
Three College of Nursing siblings team up to save lives around the world.
Homecoming for Class of ’61
Class of 1961 president Max Pinegar reminisced with old friends at his 50-year reunion.
Reuniting with Service
For the last three years the College of Nursing has sponsored a Homecoming service project.
A Flag of Tribute
Lieutenant Colonel and Air Force nurse Jennifer McCleve has treated patients in hot spots like Iraq and Somalia.
Meet the three Alumni who received the first doctorates bestowed at BYU.
A BYU grad student has watched special-ed students rise to her high expectations.
It’s not every day you’re offered a Rembrandt. Read the story of BYU’s amazing acquisition.
Utilizing a long commute, Lee Doty started reading novels.
As emeriti president, Paine will oversee communication and activities for the program.
Distinguished author and alumnus Stephen R. Covey came to campus in February to mentor students.
These nine BYU students delivered Vocal Point's first performance to a sold-out show in 1991.
In the face of financial hardship, Brandy Simper became a prudent homemaker.
Abby Low has achieved success designing projects like Madewell Musings, a monthly newspaper for J. Crew.
Unable to find fashionable yet modest dresses, alumna Emily McCormick and a friend began design their own dresses.
BYU student Hunter Sebresos took the chance and came out ahead.
Eric Johnson acted as Tom Hanks’ stand-in and double in Sleepless in Seattle.
Librarian Chris Hales encouraged students to read one billion words during the 2009-10 school year.
Arizona was one of the chapters that hosted activities during the 2010 conference.
Esra maneuvers her personalized wheelchair on an outing with her father, Sam, mother, Peggy, and little sister, Estelle.