Jaxson Robinson: My BYU basketball story

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Jaxson Robinson: My BYU basketball storyAfter completing my freshman...

Former No. 2 draft pick, Zach Wilson, traded to Denver

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Former No. 2 draft pick, Zach Wilson, traded to...

Big performances, big announcements: Unforum 2024

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At BYU's Annual Unforum on Tuesday, April 16, students watched performances and heard from President C. Shane Reese, who announced the official hire of BYU's new men's basketball head coach.

How BYU basketball landed one of the NBA’s best assistants

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How BYU basketball landed one of the NBA's best...

New Rollins Center, BYU’s mission ‘starts and ends with students in mind,’ President Reese says

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At the unveiling for the Rollins Center for entrepreneurship and technology, President Reese spoke about BYU's efforts to inspire students to lead in important and different ways.

A round-up of the best blossoms on BYU campus

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With the warm weather comes bright flowers and colorful trees, enabling students to find a wide range of unique plants on BYU campus.

Journalism students document blessings of BYU-Pathway program in Ghana

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Four journalism students and two faculty directors traveled to Ghana from Feb. 16-25 to film a documentary about BYU-Pathway Worldwide.

Video of the Day: Panguitch Lake Dam at risk, repair efforts offer relief to locals

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The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office issued a flood watch to Panguitch and other nearby areas on Tuesday, April 9, because of visible dam cracking and potential dam failure. This escalated the dam to a Level 2 Emergency Situation.

April is Earth Month: Professionals reflect on nature’s transformative power

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Ahead of Earth Day, outdoor professionals shared how nature has positively impacted their lives.

What it’s like to be undocumented at BYU

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A crowd gathered at the WSC Varsity Theater to hear a panel of undocumented students and DACA recipients share their experiences growing up in the U.S. and attending BYU.

Letting go of the burden of hate to feed thousands: The story of the Black 14

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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

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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.

BYU lands top NBA assistant to replace Mark Pope

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BYU lands top NBA assistant to replace Mark PopeAs...

What if nukes hit Salt Lake City? Expert, students weigh in on threat of nuclear war

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Rebecca Dudley, a political science professor at BYU who teaches U.S. foreign policy and talks about nuclear war in her class, weighed in on the possibility of nuclear war.

Video of the Day: BYU engineers use cost-effective origami engineering

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Engineers at the BYU Compliant Mechanisms Research Group created various foldable structures using origami engineering.

BYU School of Music presents ‘Così fan tutte’

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BYU students presented an opera full of romance and comedy at the West Campus Building. BYU’s opera performed in an updated version of “Così fan tutte” written by Lorenzo de Ponti and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

BYU softball team gets ranked win over Oklahoma State

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BYU softball team gets ranked win over Oklahoma StateThe...

Video of the Day: Provo School District features local libraries for National Library Week

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To celebrate National Library Week, which ran from April 7-13, Provo City School District posted videos giving an inside look at Provo’s public school libraries.

How Mark Pope’s improbable career path led him back to his old Kentucky home

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How Mark Pope's improbable career path led him back...

‘The American diet is dangerous’: What to eat instead, according to Joel Fuhrman

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“The American diet is dangerous,” Dr. Joel Fuhrman said to a crowd of 900 on Thursday, April 11 in the Utah Valley University Sorenson Center.

Eye on the Y: BYU geological sciences professor recognized, fans support BYU Cougarettes, International Society Conference on war, diplomacy, human rights

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BYU geological sciences professor Jani Radebaugh was honored in a way no other BYU professor has been — she had a minor planet named after her.

BYU guard Dallin Hall enters the transfer portal

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BYU guard Dallin Hall enters the transfer portalhttps://twitter.com/jeffborzello/status/1778845242604605476BYU guard...

An inside look at former BYU professor, artist

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Since retiring from BYU, former creative writing professor Mary Bingham Lee has explored other artistic mediums and upheld the community spirit in Provo.

Five wars, five generations, one Orem family

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Meet Gary Campbell, a father, Vietnam War veteran and volunteer curator. Campbell was born and raised in Orem and signed up for the Marine Corps on his 17th birthday.
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Readers’ Forum: Shining your light through genealogy

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According to a recent study done by BYU, doing family history work promotes a healthy development of self-identity.

Video of the Day: If you give a mouse a cookie …

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A clever scheme artist mouse successfully stole a cookie.

Pope bolts for Kentucky, now what?

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Pope bolts for Kentucky, now what?After one of the...

BYU head coach Mark Pope reportedly leaving for his alma mater Kentucky

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BYU head coach Mark Pope reportedly leaving for his...

Letting BYU’s unique light shine

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

How women’s climbing club expands climbing community

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The Women’s Rockreation Club, hosted at The Quarry in Provo, provides a safe space for women and non-binary climbers to socialize and develop their skills.

Video of the Day: Ring-like clouds spotted above Mount Etna

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Mount Etna in Sicily, Italy has been drawing attention over the last week as what appear to be “volcanic smoke rings” rise over the island volcano.

Museum of Art hosts free performance celebrating Spanish music

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The BYU Museum of Art hosted a traditional Spanish music performance given by the Woodsmith Quartet on April 1.

Double taps, tourist traps: How to find hiking spots in the era of gatekeeping

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In the digital age, hiking has morphed from a sport to a piece of social currency — and more and more people are cashing in.

Building BYU’s defense for year two in the Big 12

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Building BYU's defense for year two in the Big...

BYU life sciences professor encourages students to forge their own paths with God’s help

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BYU microbiology and molecular biology professor Mary Davis counseled students to keep moving forward on their own personal paths in her devotional address at the Marriott Center on April 9.

Video of the Day: Police tackle escaped pig

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Grantsville, Utah’s day was anything but “boaring” when the police department posted on Facebook about missing hogs that were “running at large.”

Transitions and Triumphs: Reflections on My Transfer Experience

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Transitions and Triumphs: Reflections on My Transfer ExperienceOn October...

29th Annual Cougs vs. Cancer 5k draws community, campus support

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2024 marked BYU's 29th Cougs vs. Cancer run. The 5k race honored former BYU president, Rex E. Lee, who died from lymphoma cancer in 1995.

BYU Student Film Association hosts 2024 First Look Film Fest

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Audiences joined the Media Arts Department, led by the Student Film Association, from April 4-5 to view more than one hundred student films.

The top books of 2024, according to BookTok, Goodreads

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In a digital age dominated by fleeting trends, young adults are rediscovering the joy of a good book thanks to BookTok.

Peer mentors give first-year students leg up at BYU

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BYU’s more than 30,000 enrolled students may feel like an overwhelming number to some incoming BYU freshman.

The Hansen brothers: Reunited at BYU

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The Hansen brothers: Reunited at BYUFrom little league in...

2034 Olympics could give Utah ‘soft power,’ BYU professor says

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In November, International Olympic Committee leaders selected Salt Lake City as the preferred host for the 2034 Winter Olympic Games, bringing recognition and responsibility to the Utah capital.

Video of the Day: BYU women’s gymnastics elated after winning tiebreaker

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BYU women’s gymnastics went up against Boise State on April 4 in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championship.

Sheri Dew invites BYU students to champion faith-filled media

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Sheri Dew, a celebrated religious author and media professional, taught the importance of championing faith-filled media in her Wheatley Institute address which she gave on the BYU campus on April 3.

BYU softball ends Utah Tech game with a walk-off double

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BYU softball ends Utah Tech game with a walk-off...

BYU’s Battle of the Bands makes comeback after 10 years

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BYUSA hosted its very own Battle of the Bands on campus on March 9, an event they revived after a 10 year hiatus. Music lovers and performers alike came together to watch the bands perform and vote on their favorites.

Shurts, Bryant, and Katoa throw personal bests in busy weekend for Cougars

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Shurts, Bryant, and Katoa throw personal bests in busy...

BYU students celebrate March 14, ‘Pi Day’

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The fourteenth day of the third month, or Pi Day, gives students and faculty an excuse to buy pie. What better way to celebrate than by indulging in a pie-eating competition?

Students soak up warmer weather, more daylight hours

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Students across the BYU campus are embracing the official start of spring, taking advantage of the warmer weather and spending more time outside basking in the sunlight. 

From startup to staple: Hruska’s Kolaches serves Provo for 10 years

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Over the last decade, Hruska's Kolaches has served a variety of savory and sweet pastries all across Utah.
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