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New Digs for BYUTV
The Marriott Center has a new neighbor, a state-of-the-art broadcasting facility unlike any in the world. The BYU Broadcasting Building brings new capabilities to BYUTV. Tour the building with BYUTV's show True Blue. Play clip
Good Things for Those Who Wait
Couples who delay sex report better stability, satisfaction, communication, and sexual quality in their relationship, according to a BYU study.
NBA Whistles Aren't Colorblind
A BYU economist shows there is unintentional racial bias in NBA officiating, and it happens in life's other arenas too. Read more from ESPN.
Drawing on Love
BYU animator Ryan Woodward's short film Thought of You has racked up more than 1 million views. The making-of video features BYU choreography.
From Kelsey's Kitchen
At BYU Kelsey Nixon created a cooking show on Provo Cable. Now she's hosting Kelsey's Essentials on the Cooking Channel. Click here for a recipe.
David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies
Lectures Are Back
Don't miss the excitement! Kennedy Center Lectures begin again this month. And check out our online video archive of past lectures.
Choose Your Connection
Do you Facebook, Twitter, blog, or subscribe to RSS feeds? Let the Kennedy Center expand your world with updates the way you like them.
David O. McKay School of Education
Moo-ving Picture
Matthew Richardson of the Sunday School general presidency illustrated the learning process with a moo-ving optical illusion.
ComD Careers
BYU's communication disorders program can lead to fulfilling careers in speech-language pathology.
Global Impact
Read about McKay School faculty projects that are influencing individuals, schools, and governments across the globe.
Get Innovative
Student teams face off in this annual competition to see who can come up with the most innovative spin on teaching.
College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences
On Lewis and Clark's Trail
For his research on Lewis and Clark, associate history professor Jay Buckley received an achievement award.
Family Fellow
The National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) named family life professor Jeffry Larson a 2010 NCFR fellow.
College of Fine Arts and Communications
Hicks Hits Crescendo
For the third time, music professor Michael Hicks received a Deems Taylor Award, one of musicology's highest honors.
Shakespeare for All Ages
BYU students help make Shakespeare accessible to young audiences and have fun along the way.
Never Grow Up
The award-winning musical based on J. M. Barrie's classic play will be performed in the HFAC this month. Get tickets here.
Ceramic Acclaim
Alumna Jordann Siri Wood's creations are earning her recognition as one of nation's top emerging ceramics artists.
College of 
Everyday Quantum Reality
Philosophy professor David Grandy has published a new book on quantum mechanics.
Bible Style
How did the Bible influence the style of early dictionaries? Professor Cynthia Hallen and grad student Tracy Spackman decided to take a look.
 of Life Sciences
Orange You Glad . . .
BYU researchers have found that a whole orange is better for you than the sum of its individual parts.
Highly Cited
Biology professor Keith Crandall was designated one of the most highly cited professionals in his field.
College of Nursing
Class of '65
Fifteen nursing students from this close-knit graduating class returned to campus for their 45-year reunion.
Dining with Donors
At this annual gathering, scholarship donors and recipients shared how giving and receiving have blessed their lives.
Utes Honor Dean
Former U of U professor and current Y dean Beth Cole was recognized at a ribbon-cutting on the U's campus.
Eureka! Solving Health Mysteries
Visiting speaker Lauren Clark discussed how cultural involvement and curiosity can bring researchers closer to solving complex health problems.
College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Preeclampsia Progress
A professor's findings offer hope to those with preeclampsia, a disease only pregnant women can get.
The Catalyst to Success 
What makes discoverers tick? Renowned chemical engineer Robert Byron Bird explains. Watch the lecture.
Make Some Noise
Take a trip to BYU's anechoic chamber with the college's Hands On team in this video about sound and acoustics.
From Rote Memorization to Inquiry
Three professors from Japan shared problem-solving teaching methods, like turning memorization into inquiry, with BYU's math ed faculty and students.
60-Second Desk
Clark Davis won Student Innovator of the Year for his easy-to-assemble furniture. Watch him put his desk together here.
Building Nephi's Bow
In the annual Nephi's Bow Competition, students' entries were made of everything from fiberglass to golf-club shafts.
J. Reuben Clark Law School
Natural Resource Scholars
Three students were awarded Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Scholarships to help them pursue natural resources law.
Joining the Church's Team
Research fellowships will allow 13 students to join legal counsel for the Church in externships around the world.
Marriott School of Management
First in Adobe Showdown
Taking first in the Adobe Web Analytics Competition, an MBA-student duo found ways to increase website profitability.
Parks and Rec Jeopardy
Recreation management and youth leadership students took second in the Parks and Recreation Student Quiz Bowl.
Building Houses and Goodwill
Accounting students traded in their calculators for nail guns at a recent Habitat for Humanity service project.
Our Mandarin Is Tops
At the national Business Language Case Competition, BYU teams placed first in the newly added Mandarin section and third in Portuguese.
Cabinet of Curiosities
See items you can't check out, from hippo teeth to Hitler's window, in a new exhibit.
More news from the Harold B. Lee Library
Record Student Employment
In a weak job market, more students are employed on campus than ever before.
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Continuing Education
St. Louis Luminary
Check out an 1800s newspaper devoted to exposing the favorable side of Mormonism.
More news from BYU Studies
New Year, New Possibilities
Harvard's Ellen Langer will discuss mindful health and the power of possibility.
More news from Continuing Education
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