After nearly dropping out as a student, thanks to mentors he thrived at BYU. Now he’s the one doing the mentoring.
A peacemaker by nature, Ann Romney has found her voice on a national stage, fighting for the causes she believes in.
A family advocates for children with special needs and their families after having a daughter with Down syndrome.
Tenney won the 56th annual National Cow Calling Championship in Miami, Texas.
Cougar Craze ice cream supports BYU scholarship funds.
Eleven graduates received College Awards during Homecoming 2005.
For more than 20 years, Ruth Brasher has been stitching teddy bears for abused kids.
An accomplished opera performer tackles his most rewarding role yet: teacher.
Jared Bradley’s DNA-collection tool helped investigators uncover key evidence in a 20-year-old cold case.
Matthew Richardson recently encouraged alumni to share the legacy of their BYU education.
Jayson Edwards started selling his signature dawgs in a south-campus shack 11 years ago.
With help from alum Aaron Sherinian, #GivingTuesday is taking the charitable world by storm.
Tackling mountains or marathons, the Harper family shares a passion that runs deep.
BYU performers reflect on their life-changing international tour, 50 years later.
The BYU Mobile App’s useful and fun features include a self-guided tour to help students and visitors navigate champus.
Read how these alumni are going forth and doing good.
The BYU Mobile App's features include a self-guided tour to help students and visitors navigate a changing campus.
Meet the Mormons is a new LDS motion picture that gives insights into the lives of ordinary LDS church members.
A trio of BYU alumni founded a nonprofit that helps Ugandan women become artisans and support their families.
BYU alumnus David Bowman uses his art to teach, inspire, and comfort.
As begins a two-year term as BYU Alumni Association president, Seamons reflects on lessons learned.
Keeping alumni connected is Keith Lue’s top priority in his new role.
Student performers and alumni aim to take flight at this year’s BYU Spectacular.
Fantasy artist James Christensen draws viewers into his whimsical world with imaginative yet relatable creations.
Thousands of alumni get their degrees on a non-traditional timeline and improve the world around them.
Naval officer and BYU alumnus Doug Herrin shares why he was named Military Engineer of the Year.
Designer Brittany Jepsen’s whimsical creations are coming up roses.
Fritz Hanselmann reflects on his decision to use his love of diving to study shipwrecks on the bottom of the ocean.
His snowboard and microphone packed, sportscaster Todd Harris is ready for the 2014 Winter Olympics.
When sports injuries sideline athletes, biomedical engineer Dylann Ceriani gets them back on the playing field.
Brian Higginbotham’s work strengthening families has earned him the Young Alumni Distinguished Service Award.
Responding to what he saw as a drift in public schools, Dean Forman chartered a new academy for young scholars.
At 90 years old honorary alum Thales Smith continues to change lives through the healer’s art.
The idea man behind Provo’s Stadium of Fire, Carl Bacon received this year’s Distinguished Emeritus Service Award.
The Whiting family wanted to serve, so they called themselves on a mission.
Rulon Stacey’s commitment to employees saves lives.
From hats, T-shirts, and banners to Pillow Pets, duct tape, and fingernail shields - the BYU brand is everywhere.
Homecoming festivities have grown out of the traditions and celebrations while others have changed.
In a life devoted to education and BYU, George H. Brimhall left a lasting legacy.
Families remember 50 years of fun at Aspen Grove.
After a broken ankle left her stuck at home, Janice Kapp Perry turned to Heavenly Father for musical inspiration.
Braids, twists, curls, and “Daddy ’Dos” feed a blogging family of hair aficionados.
The most decorated female student-athlete to play at BYU, Dylann D. Ceriani is still bringing home honors 25 yrs later.
These students made BYU’s first student film for class credit.
When life handed her failing kidneys, Diana McGuire gathered her courage and changed her fate.
From trees to art to building scholarships, Jack and Mary Lois Wheatley have enriched the landscape of BYU.
A successful Wall Street investment banker encourages women to dream big.
BYU teamed with UVU for this year’s food drive, which raised $35,472.50 and received 263,706 lbs of food.
BYU alumna writes Happy Homemaking: An LDS Girl’s Guide to help young homemakers.
The Porter brothers have success playing Reverse Charades.
A young BYU grad is propelled to the top of the opera world where she faces doubts and a performance for a prince.
Behind the scenes or center stage, Jerry Elison has shaped Utah Valley theater for six decades.
At Homecoming 2012 BYU recognized eight alumni and friends for distinguished service.
Megan Faulkner Brown creates bakeshop havens and wins honors—one cupcake at a time.
A team of analysts were encouraged to think unconventionally and to identify weaknesses in U.S. defenses.
The queen of crush, a mom in a monster truck helps her family through a tough economy.
Homecoming 2012 honors a university icon: the 100-year-old Karl G. Maezer Building.
Meet the Dickamores. Their honeymoon took them on the road as cast members.
Opera tenor and BYU alum Thomas Glenn won a Grammy for his role in a contemporary opera named Doctor Atomic.
Agle spoke at a BYU Alumni webcast and shared five principles to help you prepare for ethical challenges.
At an Emeriti event, Chad Lewis recounted his hike up Mt. Kilimanjaro with Wounded Warriors.
After losing big, Moses Kinikini lives—and shares—what he learned.
Meet Gabrielle Blair, the alumna behind Time magazine's favorite parenting blog of the year.
Live the Oz Principle. You can achieve the extraordinary when you practice accountability.
Author Marianne Monson uses historical fiction to bring the stories of her ancestors to life.
This couple is transforming a passion for dance into Southern Strutt, one of the top dance programs in the nation.
Retired BYU communications professor Jack A. Nelson recently published a gripping account of a real-life tragedy.
In her book, Patricia Bushman commemorates the ill-fated 1961 U.S. figure skating team.
Meet the three Alumni who received the first doctorates bestowed at BYU.
Communications students refine their writing and expand their creativity through mentorships with industry experts.
Networking expert Jeff Rust says you never know the future impact of a current relationship.
Muriel Thole has been clicking her needles at BYU sports events for more than 55 years.
Keith Hamilton, the BYU Law School's first black student, has written a book about the priesthood and blacks.
As Aline Coleman Smith she turns 100, she is still dancing through life.
Gerrit de Jong Jr. passed a legacy of musical and scholastic excellence to his two surviving daughters.
BYU will honor Gerrit de Jong Jr. as its 2011 founder during Homecoming.
BYU invites alumni, students, and friends to celebrate Homecoming.
Known for his rich baritone voice, Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell will steal the show at BYU this Homecoming.
Earl and Opal Pickles bring as much delight to cartoonist Brian Crane as they do to the rest of us.
This year’s Emeriti Award recipients include the celebration of 5 different alumni.
Once well known as a best-selling gather and national television personality, Dian Thomas is making appearances.
An enthusiast for all things BYU, alumna and ultimate fan D. J. Johnson takes every opportunity to show she bleeds blue.
Food bloggers and good friends Sara Wells and Kate Jones don't only have a successful blog.
In a recent BYU Alumni webcast, author Joseph Grenny spoke about making life changes.
Willard White goes on an epic bike ride to thank Shriner's Hospital for their generosity on behalf of his daughters.
Broadcast major Kelsey Nixon wanted her own cooking show. See where that dream took her.
John Bozung, a race director and try marathon man, completed his 300th marathon last July.
Yeah Samaké beat the odds in Mali. Now he’s helping others do the same.
Michael Snow served for two years as chair of Wikipedia’s governing board.
Ray Beckham is the last living bishop of the very first BYU wards and stakes, which were organized in the 1950s.
30 yrs after hiding a time capsule in their BYU apartment, former roommates reconvened in Provo to open the repository.
To enrich their BYU experience, all incoming freshmen this fall received a copy of the new Y Book.
Karen Petersen blogged about a new Crock-Pot meal each day for a year.
The new president of the BYU Alumni Association, Chris Feinauer seeks to help alumni give back to BYU.
Steven Williams will lead the Student Alumni Association this year with the help of five vice presidents.
Celebrating all things BYU, Gary Drew enjoys what his wife refers to as “the shrine."
For more than 40 years, Donald R. Marshall has valued the arts, managing the International Cinema at BYU.
In an event-filled week, Homecoming 2010 will celebrate BYU’s heritage and influence.
Harvey Fletcher used his intellect to serve and discover.
Inspired by a parable, an alumna has rescued more than 100 Chinese orphans.
A BYU alum and doctor shares his experiences as part of volunteer team that helped Haitian hurricane survivors.
Reaching the Y for the first time was an unlikely feat for a convalescing Guy Larson. Now he’s made 1,500 trips.
In her 103 years, BYU alum Lorna Alder has witnessed the importance of obtaining an education.
Eight individuals have been honored with emeriti awards by the BYU Emeriti Alumni Association.
A family helps those in need by commissioning nativities, helping 90 artisans and raising over $66,000 for charity.
A four-decade friendship has helped over 100 women get BYU educations.
A bestselling fantasy writer started with modest goals.
The Young Ambassadors will join other BYU performers onstage for Spectacular.
On a Salt Lake Valley rugby pitch, Larry Gelwix has molded generations of championship boys.
Karen Ashton helped create Thanksgiving Point and the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival and has given generously to BYU.
Natalie Blakemore spent four years leading a community effort to create a playground for all children.
Full-time students are invited to learn about a past leader of BYU.
Homecoming 2009 honors Timpanogos Roberts, the tradition's founder and a physical education revolutionary.
Both UVU and BYU had tremendous results in the annual food drive.
Chris Feinauer, sales manager for U.S. Bank’s northwest region, speaks to recent graduates at a networking luncheon.
A surgeon-artist honors the Mormon Battalion with a monumental project.
The Alumni Association recognizes alums for lifelong learning and service.
Testing the durability of a blender, Tom Dickinson has blended some truly odd things.
Noting a lack of fashionable apron options in stores, Heather Hansen and Jamie Taylor venture into the business world.
Two families have a life-changing experience visiting Joseph Smith sites.
National political and business strategist heads BYU Alumni Association.
Alumni gather in Hong Kong to explore Asian business practices.
Larry Nielson has shared his gifts for art and music throughout his life.
A BYU alum has made friends with honeybees in an effort to make the world safer.
When her daughter Sophie showed signs of multiple food allergies, Emily Hendrix got creative and made a cookbook.
From the mail room to the Oscars, a sociology grad works his way up in Hollywood.
BYU will recognize seven outstanding alumni and friends during Homecoming activities.
As part of Homecoming activities each year, all full-time students are invited to learn about a past leader of BYU.
A tireless worker, Rex Lee gave himself completely to every role.
Rex E. Lee will be the honored founder at this year’s Homecoming celebration.
Gardening expert Larry Sagers cultivates green thumbs.
Monte Stewart’s clerkship with the Supreme Court was a precursor to a distinguished career in law.
Amy Freeze was destined to have a career in weather from the moment she was named.
When Aaron Hardy got serious about wellness, he lost a lot of weight and found a career.
Gathered in the Hinckley Center, some 300 students learn the finer points of etiquette.
Eight alumni were honored for their service to communities, professions, church, and family at March’s emeriti luncheon.
Craig Gygi helps everyone from experts to dummies understand the problem-solving principles of Six Sigma.
At birth Jayson and Rachelle Wilkinson's quintuplets weighed more than 21 pounds together.
In November the BYU community donated more than 52 tons of food to feed Utah’s hungry.
Parents spend time with their college-age children at Parents Weekend.
More than 6,500 alumni—and a few of their friends—have now participated in BYU Alumni Association Church history tours.
Through several decades as a Church leader, President Gordon B. Hinckley had a profound impact on BYU.
See how BYU celebrated the opening of the Gordon B. Hinckley Alumni and Visitors Center.
Alumni leaders from Asia, South America, and Europe share perspectives and receive training.
BYU alumni gently raise sacred strains in the world’s most famous choir.
Melinda Cummings acted in BYU shows and married the school’s most preferred man, Kim Cameron.
Erin Mylroie’s winning recipes have taken her to the Rachael Ray Show and Disney World.
The Distinguished Service Award is given to BYU alumni who have given outstanding service.
Karl G. Maeser’s sacrifices for a struggling frontier school built a lasting vision for Brigham Young University.
Griffiths says the singing gene is embedded in her DNA and she has performances to show for it.
The artist James Christensen works alone. For his daughters, the same goal demands a different approach.
"Posmo, you aren't going to eat me, are you?"
King Husein, a BYU graduate, owns one of the two companies constructing the Gordon B. Hinckley Building.
Graduates of BYU’s first nursing class look back on a half-century of healing.
After 50 years of sharing heritage, BYU folk dancers have created a legacy of their own.
Palmer knows from experience that the Spirit of the Y must be fostered.
From Miss BYU to Miss America to broadcaster, author, musician, executive, and mother, Sharlene Hawkes has many roles.
Mary Richards earned an advanced degree to help her teach music, and she has made her home her main classroom.
Where are those #1 advertising students now?
Anyone who says “it can’t be done” probably hasn’t worked with J. Craig McIlroy (BA ’78).
BYU’s Emeriti Alumni Association gave 10 emeriti awards to former professors and alumni of at least 40 years.
A pioneering female educator at BYU, the 2006 honored founder inspired thousands of students.
The new Gordon B. Hinckley Alumni and Visitors Center will provide an inviting front door to BYU’s campus.
An Alumni Association pioneer, Ray Beckham spearheaded the construction of the Alumni House and much more.
For decades alumni leaders have led the charge a new home for the extended BYU family.
A new collaborative project with BYU, Provo, and local businesses generate community support for BYU athletics.
Alumni use humor and animation to teach values.
After joining Alumni Association Church history tours, many BYU alumni have asked, “What’s next?”
The Forsyth siblings joined 730 other parents and students in the sixth annual Parents Weekend.
Former student officers flock to Homecoming gathering.
A new CES Web site lends students a hand in preparing for college.
Homecoming 2005 honors Joseph Smith and his commitment to learning.
Jerry V. Hancock has combined ice cream and science.
Ryan Benson is the biggest loser.
A Series of Unfortunate Events has given a fortunate boost to the career of one BYU alum.
Nauvoo's only doctor loves the country life.
The fifth annual parents weekend was a success.
Recipients of the Hinckley Scholarship gather to honor the man for whom the scholarship was named.
For six months a BYU graduate kept winning, earning more than $2.5 million and captivating the nation.
In a new exhibition at BYU's Museum of Art, visitors catch a glimpse of ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome.
For more than a decade the Alumni Association has helped students complete their undergrads.
A tragic accident eventually led to Spencer Phillips' career as a successful attorney representing deaf persons.
BYU’s Bachelor of General Studies program allows former students to complete their degrees.
A defining experience with President Holland taught Carr C. Krueger valuable lessons and ultimately led him back to BYU.
Dedicated to teaching, Edwin Hinckley touched the lives of numerous students, establishing a legacy that lasts today.
This alumna shows off her work in the arts.
Alumni and donors help fund the endowment for the new Young Faculty Award.
More than 100 BYU undergraduates received Alumni Association Replenishment Grants.
The research took 10 years and the writing 18 months, and the result is David W. Patten, Apostle and Martyr.
Mick Shannon, founder of the Children's Miracle Network, raises millions of dollars for children's hospitals.
The Alumni Association Church history tours reenergized participants and built camaraderie among groups.
BYU's Homecoming Spectacular will keep you on your feet.
Recognizing that BYU never stands still, a post-war president brought fresh ideas, spiritual strength, and big plans.
Managing Church public affairs during the Hinckley years is a challenge Bruce Olsen wouldn't have missed.
Once a student employee of the BYU Bookstore, Roger Reynolds now operates one of the largest collegiate bookstores.
BYU sophomore France J. Nielson will represent five states at several conferences.
Parents from 30 states, as well as from Japan and Canada, met on the campus to participate in a series of activities.
Geoffrey K. Davis was born to serve.
At all levels, children’s performance is directly related to how much involvement their parents have in their education.
Seven people will be honored during Homecoming 2002 with university awards for their extensive devotion and service.
Participants in the alumni Church history tour joined some 330,000 people in visiting the Nauvoo Temple open house.
Parents will converge on BYU campus to participate in the third annual Parents' Weekend.
Parents, students, and alumni get together on back-to-school night.
Alumni chapters are found in 56 locations internationally.
The new president of the Alumni Association was drawn to BYU.
Descendants of former BYU president George H. Brimhall honor the founders of BYU with the yearly contest.
The 2002 show will feature the Young Ambassadors, Men’s Chorus, and other student performing groups.
BYU President Benjamin Cluff Jr. strove to improve education for all.
This alum worked in Hollywood for 6 years before beginning a more-than-10-year odyssey with the release of his own film.
BYU starts a new tradition with the single ring program.
The Carrs danced their way across the Atlantic Ocean during a BYU trip.
Brigham Young University will honor six people at Homecoming 2001.
In honor of the 200th anniversary of his birth, Brigham Young will be celebrated at Homecoming 2001.
James May's face is not nearly so well known as his voice as he has spoken to perhaps millions of people.
Seven BYU graduates have made significant differences in their communities, states, and beyond.
Quinn Mckay, BYU's new Emeritus Association president, doesn't go for easy answers.
Norm R. Nemrow has a passion for teaching.
The Utah Valley Food Bank is richer thanks to the efforts of U of U and BYU.
The meaning of Alumni Association chapters goes much deeper than connecting alumni with the university.
Parents from 19 states plus the District of Columbia converged on campus for BYU's 1st Parents' Weekend.
BYU's Student Alumni Network took first prize for an outstanding program in Toronto, Canada.
The conference will focus on the proclamation’s challenge to promote, maintain, and strengthen the family.
65 recent BYU graduates learned strategies for financial success.
Helping graduates enjoy their graduation experience is the goal of the caps and gowns team.
The events of homecoming 2000 will commemorate BYU‘s 125-year history.
Orson F. Whitney once said, “The future of BYU is assured as long as Jesse Knight survives.”
Brock describes her double life and reflects on the many blessings she's been given.
Linda Jones Gibbs provides art for the MOA to accompany BYU's Maynard Dixon exhibition.
Even without lots of formal training, Thompson became legendary at BYU for larger-than-life shows.
Mack J. Wilberg's journey to become the associate director of the world-acclaimed Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
After graduation Diana Peterson thought her BYU phase was over. Now she's the new Alumni Association president.
After a career with the military Joseph L. "Ren" Allred returns to BYU.
Make way for the BYU celebrations of Homecoming 1998.
President Harris's legacy will be honored at Homecoming 1998.
As Alumni Association president, Gilbert promotes his alma mater and seeks to help alumni.
BYU Professors examine art treasures on the walls of ancient ruins using modern imaging technology.
Robison turned a ‘no’ into something positive.
March Tale, a comedy written in Shakespearean form about Shakespeare by BYU professor Tim Slover, took top honors.
Fantasy artist James Christensen lives in a land just a little left of reality.
A 21-year-old BYU chemistry major went before the senate committee to promote increased funding for scientific research.
Professor Wilson developed a new technology to create dome structures for buildings like churches and football stadiums.