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Islamic Art Premieres at BYU
It is the most ambitious exhibition ever executed by BYU's Museum of Art—and the largest traveling survey exhibition of Islamic art ever assembled on U.S. soil. Preview Beauty and Belief with the curator.
What Can You Do in 3:54.54?
BYU's Miles Batty set a new NCAA indoor mile record. Watch his record-setting race at the Millrose Games, where he placed second behind a professional runner.
And the Grammy Goes to . . .
BYU grad Thomas Glenn shared in a Grammy honor for a recording of the opera Doctor Atomic. Watch his acceptance speech and see him perform.
8 Is (More Than) Enough
How much sleep do high schoolers need? Federal guidelines advise nine hours a night, but BYU research shows teens test better with just seven hours' slumber.
Your Avatar and Your Marriage
A new BYU study finds that online role-playing games can benefit a marriage when both spouses are gamers, but if only one plays, marital satisfaction declines.

David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies
Brazil Transformed
Watch New York Times reporter Larry Rohter discuss his book Brazil on the Rise: The Story of a Country Transformed.
Panda, Tiger, or Other?
Political science professor Eric Hyer shared his recent research on the future of China–U.S. relations in this video.

What Would Zeus Do?
The hero worship of today's Olympians is similar to that of the Greek gods, and it has political implications. See why.
The Way for Chile
Watch the Chilean ambassador to the United States discuss the successes and rough spots of Chile–U.S. relations.
David O. McKay School of Education
Lifelong Creativity
BYU's ArtsBridge initiative teams up students and elementary teachers to bring fine arts into the classroom.
The $5 Textbook
See how the two McKay School faculty members driving the Utah Open Textbook Project are changing education.
Elementary Ed Revamped
The McKay School is restructuring its elementary education program. See what's new, from K–6 licensure to a required TESOL minor.
Golden Spike
The McKay School received a Golden Spike Award for its spring 2011 issue of McKay Today, which showed how BYU is changing physical education.
College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences
Last Chance
The Museum of Peoples and Cultures' exhibit on Utah Valley archaeology is coming down March 30.
For the Youth
Watch the 2012 Hinckley lecturer, UW professor David Hawkins, speak on promoting positive youth development.
Under Provo's First Tabernacle
Watch KSL's report on what BYU archaeology students are uncovering at the site of the first Provo Tabernacle—known as the "old meetinghouse."
The Opposite of What Moms Want
Depression rates spike when moms do the opposite of what they want—be it staying home or going to work—says BYU research. Read more in the WSJ.
College of Fine Arts and Communications
Vocal Point Encore
The nine men of Vocal Point will put on a special family matinee performance on March 24.

Merrily We Roll Along
BYU Theatre presents the fictional story of Broadway composer Franklin Shepard in Stephen Sondheim's musical.
Love's Labor's Lost
Confused identities, witty rhetoric, and humorous conversations fill this production of a Shakespeare classic.

Essentially Ellington
BYU's Regional Jazz Festival is back this year, featuring guest euphonium player Dan Barrett in Ellington classics.
College of Humanities
Writers: Take a Hike!
MFA students practiced "place-based writing" on a two-day retreat in Capitol Reef National Park.
College of Life Sciences

Room to Grow
Plants are thriving in BYU's new $4 million greenhouses, located southeast of the Law School. Read more in the Daily Universe.

College of Nursing
The Case for Immunization
We may do more harm than we know when we don't immunize our children, says nursing professor Beth Luthy.
Nursing Students Unite
Utah's nursing schools came together for the Utah Student Nursing Association's 60th convention.
College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Robo Vision
A computer science grad is improving how robots understand movement around them—helping you have more Wii fun.
Actual Streaming Video
Watch students play with—er, learn from—the new high-tech stream table that recreates natural water systems.
Alum of the Year
Eric Conrad, director of facilities management at BYU–Idaho, received an Alumni of the Year Award.
Lockheed Lands Spin-Off
Lockheed Martin has purchased Procerus Technologies, a company with origins in BYU's MAGICC lab.
J. Reuben Clark Law School
Cameras in the Highest Court
Should cameras be allowed in the Supreme Court? Prominent Supreme Court reporters came to BYU to weigh in.
Professor Hansen Retires
H. Reese Hansen, the Howard W. Hunter Professor of Law, is retiring after more than 37 years at BYU.
The Christian Lawyer
See what Elder L. Whitney Clayton of the Quorum of the Seventy had to say about the obligations of a Christian lawyer.
Pro Bono in Provo
The Timpanogos Legal Center gives students and alumni the chance to work together and serve the community.
Marriott School of Management
No More Parking Showdowns
A BYU team won the grand prize at the International Business Model Competition with their parking lot solution.
Accidents and Profits Linked
Airlines' accident risk is highest when they're performing very close to their financial targets, says a new BYU study.
In Good Company
Read Marriott Magazine's feature on Alison Davis-Blake, the woman leading Michigan's Ross School of Business.

BYU Broadcasting
Scholarships from the Boss
One BYU department pitched in to fund 10 new scholarships for its student employees.
More news from LDS Philanthropies
New Spring Lineup
Take history lessons—via a Harley—and see other new series in BYUtv's spring lineup.
More news from BYUtv
Back to Their Roots
Living Legends toured in the Four Corners area—the very place the group got its start.
More news from Performing Arts
Hear an Apostle This Weekend
Hear Elder M. Russell Ballard speak on his great-grandfather President Joseph F. Smith.
More news from Religious Education
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