BYU's Best Videos of 2014
With presidential lip-synching, bouncy water, lessons from Mitt, and a
skit for the ages, BYU's 2014 videos have something for everyone. Lucky for you,
we've compiled a list of the year's 10 best.
Count of Monte Cristo
Debuts at BYU
Tony-nominated composer Frank Wildhorn chose BYU to stage the U.S. premiere of his newest musical.
Find out why
get tickets to the show
, which runs Jan. 22–31.
Why Play Matters
Winter blues getting you down? Start planning your summer vacation with help from BYU researchers, who show how
recreation can strengthen your kids and nourish your family
The Family That Runs Together
Icons in the Utah running community, the Harpers have marathon victories, state titles, and conference championships to their names. And
their story starts at BYU
Be an Office Star
Likability can be key to professional success, says the
Wall Street Journal
, and the Marriott School has a
12-step challenge to improve your workplace personality
Why would a bunch of lemmings jump off a cliff? How do piñatas really feel about their lot in life? Find out the entertaining answers as you watch more than a decade of BYU
award-winning animation shorts, recently released online for the first time
Good Times = Lasting Memories for Babies
Secondhand Smoke Causes Weight Gain
A Spiral Worth $100 Grand
See What 80 Miles of Colorful Thread Can Make
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Watch the Law Society's Annual Fireside Jan. 23
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