BYU students share why they want to be journalists

On May 2, Tucker Carlson cited a Politico study that stated only five percent of reporters on the White House press corps are registered Republicans....

Minimalists turn away from objects, toward relationships

The average American house size has more than doubled since 1950, according to the National Association of Home Builders. But some people are reportedly finding more fulfillment in life by turning away from material possessions and toward a greater focus on health, relationships, personal growth and helping others.
Ethan West

Technology in church has spiritual impact

Technology has come a long way since the establishment of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1830. Advancements such as smartphones, tablets and other devices allow the message of the gospel to reach the four corners of the earth, but technology may be hindering spiritual growth in church meetings, according to LDS members.

Bucket List Family: 38 countries in 21 months​

In August 2015, the Gee family (Garrett, Jessica, Dorothy and Manilla) set off for French Polynesia, where they would spend five months in the South Pacific until returning home for Christmas.

BYU’s new origami shield may save law enforcement officers’ lives

Law enforcement may soon have better protection thanks to BYU engineers and the ancient Japanese art of paper folding.
Marcos Escalona

Annual TEDxBYU to share new ideas

TEDxBYU speakers will educate over 600 attendees on a variety of topics during the Ballard Center's 8th annual event.