Brittany Karford Rogers
Mauka to Makai
BYU researchers are providing data to help Hawaiian conservationists preserve the fringing reefs of Molokai.
When in Drought
There’s no getting around it—the West is drying up. Here’s what BYU experts say needs to happen.
He Shall Overcome
Not homelessness, not gangs, not childhood trauma—nothing could hold back new BYU Law student Paris Thomas.
Mark Rober’s 5 Toughest Feats of Engineering
YouTube Mark Rober only makes it look easy. Here’s the five feats that gave him the biggest fits.
With the mind of an engineer and the humor of a 12-year-old, an alum is making the internet better, one prank at a time.
BYU student finds healing in serving the elderly and at-risk by delivering groceries to their doors.
BYU research explains the gender gap in politics—and how to close it.
Groundbreaking BYU research shows what it takes for a woman to truly be heard.
The coronavirus canceled the NCAA championship—but BYU basically clinched the title.
The BYU Cougars lost only one game all season: their elite-eight match.
With the stars as her guide and math as her compass, a BYU alumna sails the world’s oceans to empower and educate.
BYU’s top gymnast puts New Super Mario Bros in her floor routine and charms the internet.
Don’t endure. The Marriott School expert on living intentionally wants you to make a 100 list and thrive.
The Marriott School expert on living intentionally wants you to make a 100 list. Here are the rules.
They set out to make history on Everest. His life was saved by another’s sacrifice.
His client was trapped in a crevasse. For Stacy Taniguchi, it would be the ultimate test of faith.
Three BYU greats found their way back to the same court for a whirlwind TBT final-four run.
It’s a BYU industrial design tradition: every sophomore gets a stab at creating a brand new paddle with a purpose.
Napoleon Dynamite launched the careers of the key BYU students and alumni involved.
How many pounds of tater-tots does it take to make a BYU Magazine cover?
How a bunch of BYU undergrads made themselves a dang cult classic.
Check out these frights and delights for the tastebuds from a Halloween BYU event with international flair.
The Fourth Estate is in shambles. Experts from Atlantic, Fox News, CNN and more talk how—and who—can save it.
A work once lost to the art world is now among the most prized holdings at the BYU Museum of Art.
Who knew Shakespeare's rubbish pit could fund a renovation project? Intern Katherine Bowman did.
President Worthen has a new priority: inspiring learning. See student examples of what he means.
Two mechanical engineering students have made a self-replicating machine. Make that machines.
One team, three conference players of the year, and the no. 3 scoring offense in the country.
With her own brand of bippity-boppity-boo, Holly Christensen is making kids battling cancer smile again.
Peanuts characters pop up all over her home and, now that she’s back at BYU, in her assignments.
BYU’s College of Nursing adopted the national Honor flight program to better train students in veteran care.
BYU is among the frontrunners in Unmanned Air Vehicle research and is paving the way for a future with autonomous drones
While the façade may be stunning, the Hinckley is a true workhorse, serving as a home for alumni.
BYUtv Studio C’s Scott Sterling—“the man, the myth, the legend”—overtakes YouTube.
The five-bedroom University Guest House opened in January to accommodate visiting speakers, scholars, and VIPs.
With a new temple, a vibrant music scene, and a burgeoning business environment, BYU’s hometown is on a roll.
President and Sister Samuelson leave a legacy of excellence, humor, and love for BYU.
Stop? Go? Turn? How would you navigate these five ethical dilemmas?
Tuk tuks—motorcycle-drawn carriages—are ubiquitous here, but Seyha’s stands out.
The award-winning Mapping Mormonism will teach you something new about Church history—past and present.
In 42 years since W. Mitt Romney (BA ’71) graduated in English from BYU, his journey has seen mountains and valleys.
The hottest ticket in Provo in 2012 was to BYU women’s soccer hosting their own elite eight match.
A chemist turns to finance, hoping to benefit his homeland.
Restoring Hungary’s royal relic helped lead Robert King to North Korea.
After running to a fourth-place podium finish, the Cougars raise the BYU flag at the NCAA Championships
Going foreign to serve, BYU alumni represent the United States on the sidelines of history.
Electrical engineering professor Aaron Hawkins' first chapter book is a slice out of his childhood.
Pain pays, for the first Student Innovator of the Year.
BYU interns lend a hand in Church Employment Resource Centers in Peru and around the world.
BYU professor illustrated a picture book about President Barack Obama and his journey to the White House.
BYU Television is getting a facelift, with a new slogan and a slew of new programs.
BYU professor helps the World Bank catch the bad guys and prevent fraud with his fraud-detection system.
The art of Bahia, Brazil, is captured in Sou da Bahia, a student exhibit and documentary.
The first in a four-part series capturing the journey of four new students as they enter Brigham Young University.
BYU’s Capstone engineering program has solved puzzling problems including speeding up airplane production.
In May Elder M. Russell Ballard presided over the groundbreaking of a new BYU Broadcasting building.
Kent Crookston painted Sunset on Y Mountain after climbing the famed slope during BYU’s 2005 Homecoming celebration.
New BYU-Cornell research shows that a diet rich in antioxidants can prevent age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
BYU has a new master's in religious education for military chaplains. Here's how that changes things.
Johannes Gutenberg adorned his Bible with flourishes. A BYU alum has done the same to the Book of Mormon—and won big.
Bowen spent eight months writing the program Flux which translates music into colors.
IMPACT is closer to a stint in the Army than it is to summer employment.
Get a picture of the BYU summer experience through more than 100 student postcards.
When the red, white, and blue won gold on Beijing’s volleyball court, the team sported plenty of Cougar blue.
Brett T. Alldredge (BS '08) produced a top-tier journal article as an undergrad.
Starting in 1945 for middle-class America, the family road trip is a near rite of passage that has endured 3 decades.
Professor Milton L. Lee has developed a 28-pound portable device that identifies hazardous compounds in less than 5 min.
New research shows that a marriage relationship, more than any other, will impact blood pressure—for better or worse.
Now in nearly 200 countries and territories, BYU Television is attracting BYU fans the world over.
A BYU professor can detect cancer with a thumbnail-sized piece of plastic.
Mentors come to BYU PLC meetings, during which they take time to meet with their student mentees.
This alumni has 250,000 artifacts related to Mexican Church history.
From audition to execution, BYU musical performing groups abound in talent.
isted here are some of the famous and rising musicians you never knew bled blue.
A graphic designer by day, Aaron Jasinski creates award-winning art and music in his time off.
Through a sit-in and a silent protest, a BYU student found a way to rise and shout.
A doctoral student bequeaths his love for Shakespeare to young students.
Amid cheers and protests, Vice President Dick Cheney receives a BYU honorary doctorate.
The work of BYU’s Advertising Lab received a nod from Mike Leavitt, Secretary of Health and Human Services.
As he walks away from his senior season, it’s easy to see Jason Beck has gained major ground.
More than 30 researchers studied the latest radar images of Titan, the largest of Saturn’s 35 moons.