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The Salt Lake Temple’s evolving design and unchanging symbolism

For three-and-a-half decades, the design, logistics and construction of the Salt Lake Temple were overseen by one Truman O. Angell.

Thank you, President and Sister Worthen!

Nine years and ten days after being introduced by President Henry B. Eyring, first counselor in the First Presidency and Board of Trustees member, as BYU’s 13th president, President Kevin J Worthen will complete his service on May 1. Here are some of President Worthen’s major accomplishments during his nine-year tenure as BYU president.

Sidebar: BYU job search resources

College graduation can bring a mix of emotions from joy to excitement, to anxiety about finding a job. It can be difficult for students to know where and when to begin when it comes to planning for the next stage of life. 

Graduation brings excitement, anxiety about job searching

Across the country, college seniors are preparing to graduate and enter the world, and in BYU’s case, “go forth to serve.” 

Emergency preparedness for students

By Evadne HendrixThousands of students and employees streamed out of the Harold B. Lee Library as water crept up under their feet. Little did...

Working to keep the Salt Lake great

My senior year of high school, my friends and I went out to the salt flats of the Great Salt Lake to watch an April sunset. We danced around on the crusted crystal salt, chasing clouds of brine flies and staring in awe at the sun, resting complete and red on the dusty pink horizon.