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Letting go of the burden of hate to feed thousands: The...

When Griffin and 13 teammates walked into their coach's office in Laramie, Wyoming, in 1969 to ask about wearing black armbands during a game against BYU, none of them expected to create a legacy of forgiveness.

BYU at 150: The university prophets have foretold

President C. Shane Reese spoke in his September 2023 inaugural address about the idea of “Becoming BYU.” When I first heard this address as a junior at BYU, I thought President Reese was thinking of making big changes to the school. I realized later that I completely missed the point.

Letting BYU’s unique light shine

BYU is home to over 30,000 undergraduates students. People online are noticing that there is something different about them.

Traveling the Navajo Nation after the devastation of COVID-19

Daily Universe reporters traveled to Navajo Nation, the largest reservation in the country located in Southern Utah, to discover the realities of reservation life following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Archiving Auschwitz: journalism students document Holocaust preservation efforts

Students in BYU’s journalism sequence visited Auschwitz and other Holocaust sites in May to document the school’s involvement with current preservation efforts. They created a mini-documentary, which they premiered in the School of Communications in June.

Lean into Light: BYU Homecoming adds new features while relying on...

BYU’s Homecoming traditions trace their history back more than 125 years, and the 2023 version of Homecoming is relying on that legacy while adding...