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Going Deep

Cougar sports are more than a game. Go behind the scenes of BYUtv's behind-the-scenes look at athlete backstories.

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Reclaiming Kennecott

A team of BYU students and researchers are working to bring native wildlife back to the hills around Kennecott mine.

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Speaking Their Language

Raised in Samoa and Utah, biology PhD student connects science and family to help Pacific Islanders with Alzheimer's.

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Vote Local

Voting in local elections can have major effects on how sensitive local governments are to majority preferences.

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