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Elder Andersen encourages focusing on Christ all year, not just at...

Elder Neil L. Andersen encouraged BYU students to use the Christmastime focus on Christ as a model for their everyday lives in a campus devotional on Tuesday, Dec. 7. Elder Andersen has served as an apostle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since 2009.


BYU women’s soccer goes the distance, falls just short in national...

BYU women's soccer goes the distance, falls just short in national championship on penalty kicksIt came down to a do-or-die final penalty kick after...

BYU women’s volleyball advances to Sweet 16 in four-set win over...

The BYU women's volleyball team used problem-solving and a never-give-up mentality to overcome a first-set loss and beat rival Utah.


First Presidency Christmas devotional focuses on sharing gifts from God

The First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints delivered the annual Christmas devotional Sunday, Dec. 5 in the Conference Center, focusing on themes of sharing gifts from God, peace and Christ’s love for mankind.


Unique Christmas traditions to make the season more special

Universe Live reporter Alexa Larson reached out on social media to find out what others do to make this time of the year special. This video shows three unique Christmas traditions people across Utah have that makes their Christmas a little more festive and meaningful.

International students won’t be having a blue Christmas

Christmas is a time of family, holiday traditions, warmth and love. Perhaps more so for BYU’s national student body, but what about the international students who may not have the luxury to go home for such a family-oriented time of year? What is Christmas time to them?

The Festival of Trees provides festive way to help children

Christmas trees are symbols of all things Christmas: family, traditions, presents. But to the Festival of Trees and Primary Children's Hospital, they represent a lot more.