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BYU engineers take 4th in Mars Rover competition
Competing with elite university teams from 13 countries, BYU student engineers recently returned from "Mars" (aka Hanksville, Utah) with a fourth place finish in the University Rover Challenge. See what it took for BYU to get a perfect score on the science challenge.
Five students take over on Instagram

Five BYU students took to Instagram to document summer experiences in Washington, D.C., Vienna, London, Dakar, and Moscow. See their Instagram story takeovers, which have garnered 1.6 million views.

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Silverware sculpture from Cannon Commons

"She shut her eyes, and I whispered (just work with me for a moment), 'Sweetie. You are stupid.'” Read how a mother teaches her daughter to recognize truth by listening to what her heart knows and what the Spirit tells. And share your own family story in BYU Magazine's newest section, Letters from Home.

President Hinckley speaks at the HC dedication.
Just 10 years ago BYU marked the completion of the Gordon B. Hinckley Alumni and Visitors Center, built in tribute to a prophet and dedicated on his 97th birthday. See a few of President Hinckley's remarks at the dedication.
Chizoma Nosiri, BYU alumna
A pink food truck is taking two young BYU entrepreneurs down the road to success. Look beyond the baby blue suits and learn how the Penguin Brothers balance school and their custom ice cream sandwich business.
It's time to Rep the Y.
“Women's voices are needed in all echelons of human activity.” —Eva Witesman

In her recent BYU devotional, business professor Eva Witesman says education is a commandment for all, not just those seeking employment. Women, she asserted, should be celebrated and supported as they prayerfully seek inspiration and use their agency and intelligence to grow spiritually. Read or watch her address.

Grad students standing in a river
A group of BYU engineering grad students traveled to the Dominican Republic and created a real-time watershed map to help water agencies forecast future flooding. Share in their experience with this photo essay.
Kristin Chenoweth in the Homecoming headliner
Win two tickets to see BYU Spectacular! with Kristin Chenoweth on Oct. 7. To enter, like the BYU Alumni Facebook page and, in the comments, tag someone you want to take to the show. The contest ends tomorrow, Friday, July 7, at noon. Also, watch your email next week for an exclusive access code to get Spectacular! tickets before the general public sale on July 17.
3 apostles speak on religious freedom.
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