Jeffrey S. McClellan
For the World
Brigham Young University strives for academic excellence, by study and by faith, for the benefit of the world.
“Thy Troubles to Bless”
Even during dark days when questions go unanswered, we can find joy and faith.
The Long Run
Adversity turned Jared Ward to the marathon. Smarts and grit propelled him to the finish.
Three Cheers for Quiet Work
Much of the world’s work is accomplished in passionate anonymity.
This mother-daughter duo is something you'll have to look up to.
A Richards Building racquetball court has been transformed into a spinning room, complete with 40 cycles.
For BYU’s newest Truman Scholar, success is tied to service.
Boost your survival odds by developing these habits.
A BYU illustration major paints 50 portraits in an hour, capturing the people of Provo.
The first in a four-part series capturing the journey of four new students as they enter Brigham Young University.
For Jeremy Telford, balloon twisting is more than making dogs and dolphins at a diner.
Olympic trials push BYU athletes to be more than they might have been.
A dear friend to BYU and its students, President Hinckley had enduring influence on all who heard him.
The Hinckley Alumni and Visitors Center stands as a tribute to the beloved prophet—this is its story.
At times the prospect of forging friendly relations seems as likely as mixing oil and water.
President Gordon B. Hinckley turned the first shovelful of dirt for a new BYU building that will bear his name.
While studying at BYU’s London Centre, students explore their heritage by encountering those who created it.
To create a candid portrait of BYU, BYU Magazine photographers focused their lens on an ordinary day on campus.
BYU expresses thanks to those who build the university of tomorrow with deferred gifts today.
Physics, animation, DNA, and grammar--it's all in a day's work for BYU's five supercomputers named Mary Lou.
In reviews of six campus restaurants, the BYU Magazine staff offers tips for sampling BYU’s array of culinary choices.
The inauguration of Elder Samuelson as BYU's 12th president honored the university community as well as its new leader.
As he takes on a new role as BYU President, all of his previous roles have combined to make him the perfect fit.
After leading BYU for more than seven years, President Merrill J. Bateman passes the mantle to Elder Cecil O. Samuelson.
When I began attending BYU, I quickly learned that cool literary folk hung out at the Pie.
GM and others give BYU a $313 million gift to enhance automotive design processes and education.
The library is expanding again - this time digitally - making holdings more accessible around the world.
MyBYU News is a customizable monthly e-mail newsletter that allows users to select what news they wish to receive.
For more than four decades, the Smith Family Living Center housed caring communities of learners.
At the Joseph Smith Academy, remnants of yesterday come alive, stimulating new growth in today's students.
Students in the Nauvoo program become familiar with the details of the structure as well as its purpose and history.
Christ Healing the Sick at Bethesda (1883) is one of eight altarpieces created by Carl Bloch. Now, it's at BYU.
Special Collections has many treasures and reflections of the past for those seeking truth.
Just as the core of BYU has remained constant for 80 years, so has the core of alumni publications.
In front of tall windows, people of all ages will expand their minds and souls with the books surrounding them.
Sometimes we need to find a get-away.
From 1899 to 1999, these are the teachers whose reputation preceded them, and whose influence lingers to this day.
BYU's highly successful capital campaign, "Lighting the Way," is exceeding goals and fulfilling vision.
We at Brigham Young Magazine encourage you to become involved in this effort or one like it.
An important lesson was learned while working at BYU Magazine.
Read these 10 facts about science at BYU.
The Eyring Science Center reopens with a dedication on March 10, 1998.
BYU's science building is full of adventure and discovery.
The Royal Norwegian Order of Merit, Knight First Class, is awarded to BYU's Pete Peterson.
New merchandise addition BYU Barbie receives a gamut of opinions from students, both negative and positive.
Replacing the Family Science Department, the School of Family Life will be home to BYU's 37 family science scholars.
The Rendezvous was sponsored by the LDS Church to celebrate the sesquicentennial of the Mormon pioneers' arrival.
It seems every time Lott steps onto the track these days, she sets another record.
At BYU athletes are bucking the trend.
A BYU professor is testing various methods for treating collapsible soils.
Discovered by a BYU professor and named after a former BYU student, the tiny stoneflies were saved by a BYU alum.
Help Us Give Service Club founded by Katy Ballenger stirred up a lot of attention.
BYU's male team won both competitions they attended this year.
Morris Robins spends his career building chemical compounds and building people.
When people aren’t physically active, the stress-related chemicals aren’t burned off.
A new general education course at BYU is teaching freshmen that their mothers were right all along.
The story of BYU–Hawaii and the story of BYU–Provo mix. The prophetic destinies are the same.
3 goals of BYU's campaign.
The men and reasoning behind BYU's campaigning.
Sister Hinkley shares life experiences and more at women's conference.
The Wilk is getting renovated to become a truer center of campus.
Utah artist Jacque Baker paints the Brigham Young Academy Education Building.
Native Americans and a BYU-led team of archaeologists collaborated to uncover the history of Fish Lake.