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Quote by David Bednar
If we seek Christ, He will strengthen us "to be more than we could ever be and help us to do that which we could never do through relying only upon our own power," said now-Elder David A. Bednar in a classic BYU devotional. For this and two #PrinceofPeace videos that feature BYU grads, see our playlist.
Passover event participant

The Times of Israel reports on BYU's annual events that simulate the traditional Passover meal, educating the student body and community about the ties that bind Judaism and Christianity.

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Pools of Bethesda in new Jerusalem app

You can now step into ancient Jerusalem at the time of Christ, thanks to developers at BYU and the Church. The Virtual New Testament 3-D app is free and can greatly add to your scripture study. Here are the download details.

Holly Christensen with a Magic Yarn wig recipient
"I didn't expect this many people to show up," said BYU nursing grad and Magic Yarn Project founder Holly Christensen (above). The non-profit organization that makes princess and pirate yarn wigs for children undergoing cancer treatment had its largest workshop to date on the BYU campus in March. The event was cosponsored by the BYU College of Nursing. Read more in BYU Magazine.
Briana Carr, NBA Jazz producer
Songwriter and BYU grad Brady Parks gives a shout-out to his alma mater in Provo’s new theme song: “Everything feels alright when blue and white light up the night. . . . Welcome home.” Watch cool aerials and scenic shots here. And read more about Parks' band, The National Parks, in BYU Magazine.
BYU graphic design student Michelle Stevens
To share a glimpse into her world, BYU graphic-design student Michelle Stevens hung her exhibit's quirky and colorful art at her eye level. In a World Full of Little People is on display at the Harold B. Lee Library through April 27, 2017.
BYU student engineers created a new adapter that makes a regular bike functional for 9-year-old Andrew and others with leg-length discrepancies.
Blasting Lego mini-figures
Using laser-targeted sound vibrations to blast Lego mini-figures, BYU physics professor Brian Anderson demonstrates a technology that could prove useful in military, medical, and communications applications.
New alumni board
The BYU Alumni Board welcomed several new members at its spring meeting and offered a heartfelt “thank you” to those who finished their terms. The alumni board supports students, alumni, and BYU through regional, college, and professional alumni chapters. Find a chapter that fits you.
A cat and two humans work on the family budget
BYU financial experts say that focusing on basic financial principles can land big returns—in peace and joy. Check out their advice. Also, a student-created budgeting app—winner of the 2017 BYU Mobile App Competition—could help you form better spending habits.
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