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Daily Universe Goes Digital
By semester's end, the Daily Universe will be printed only weekly, with all daily news coverage moving online. Read about the change, see the paper's 50th-anniversary editions from 2005, and explore memorable front pages.
Your No. 1–Ranked Cougars
BYU is picked to win the national men's volleyball title. Recap the home opener in this video, where BYU took down no. 5 USC in front of a sellout crowd.
Inspiring U2, Coldplay, and Warhol
La Monte Young may be the most famous composer you've never heard of, influencing artists from Yoko Ono to Bono. A BYU professor tells his story.
An Evangelical's Plea for Civility
Visiting forum speaker Mark DeMoss, an evangelical Christian and advisor to the Romney campaign, called for civility in our public and political discourse.
What Would You Do?
You're stuck—caught between company loyalty and honesty with clients. To solve such a dilemma, says ethics guru Brad Agle, you must prepare.
David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies
After Tahrir Square
Muhammed Eissa, senior lecturer of Arabic at the University of Chicago, discusses Egypt's future in this filmed lecture.
Covering the Roberts Court
Adam Liptak, a New York Times journalist who covers the Supreme Court, shares personal insights in this video.

Cowboys and Politicians
Will the United States or the European Union save the global environment and economy? See the debate.
Fate of Jewish Priesthood
Watch as religion professor Matthew Grey examines events following the destruction of the Jerusalem Temple.
David O. McKay School of Education
101 and Counting
Now 101, Gwen Richards shares wisdom she gained during her century of experience and decades of teaching.
At Home and Abroad
This year there are student-teaching experiences up for grabs in Texas, D.C., and possibly China.
A Digital Promise
Professor David Wiley was appointed a senior fellow at Digital Promise, where he will use technology to improve education.
A Cycle for Support
BYU has developed a tiered system that identifies struggling students and helps them without holding others back.
College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences
Blogging to Happiness
A new study shows that blogging helps new moms transition and is related to lower stress and lower marital conflict.
Just Say No
The University of Washington's J. David Hawkins will address youth substance abuse in next week's Hinckley lecture.

After Hole in the Rock
What happened after the pioneers got through Hole in the Rock? Find out at the Feb. 17 San Juan Mission Symposium.

College of Fine Arts and Communications
A Fairy Tale Ballet
Theatre Ballet presents a full-length Hans Christian Andersen classic, The Snow Queen, with a preshow party for kids.

Hitting High Notes
BYU opera students took first place at the National Opera Association's Collegiate Opera Scenes Competition.
A Kaleidoscope of Culture
BYU's Living Legends will infuse their upcoming show Seasons with the vitality of dances from Bolivia, Fiji, and more.

"The Orchestra Spins a Tale"
The BYU Philharmonic Orchestra will present a special family-friendly performance on Feb. 18.
College of Humanities
Support for Dual Immersion
Hear Dean John Rosenberg's thoughts on dual immersion in this video, then see what new program BYU is backing in Utah.
What's the Big Dill?
BYU's Linguistics Department held a panel on Utah English. Read more about BYU professors' research on Utah English in BYU Magazine.
College of Life Sciences

National Geographic Worthy
Two biology grad students earned grants from the National Geographic Society. See what they're researching.

Bean Leadership
Biology professor Leigh Johnson is now the associate director for research and collections at the Bean Museum.
College of Nursing
First Lady of Honduras
Rosa Elena Bonilla de Lobo, the first lady of Honduras, shared hope for a healthier population in her visit to BYU.
The Veteran Patient
New veterans are facing invisible wounds, like PTSD, in staggering numbers. See how BYU is committed to veteran care.
Celebrate 60 with Us
Join us April 6 for an all-day celebration in honor of the College of Nursing's 60th anniversary.
Minor Focus: Old Folks
BYU's minor in gerontology, the study of the elderly, is open to all majors, but it is especially pertinent to nursing students. Read why.
College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Tabernacle Undercover
The history of the Provo Tabernacle runs deep; just ask BYU geology and archaeology students.
Secrets for Success
Stanford professor Richard Zare, winner of a National Medal of Science, will speak at BYU on how to be successful.
Roundy Makes Fellow
Math professor Robin Roundy is now a fellow in the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences.
Animation on the Move
The BYU Center for Animation is moving from the Fulton College to the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences.
Educator of the Year
A transportation organization named civil engineering professor Grant Schultz the 2011 Educator of the Year.
Engineers Seize the Day
On Feb. 23 the college will host contests and more for middle school, high school, and college students.
Beam Me a Song
An electrical engineering class built devices to beam a song from an iPhone to speakers using a laser.
Adams Takes the Bunge
Mechanical engineering professor Brent Adams won the Bunge Award at the International Conference on the Textures of Materials.
J. Reuben Clark Law School
A Case of Religious Freedom
BYU students wrote a brief for a religious freedom case that went before the Supreme Court. Now, see what the court decided.

Marriott School of Management
Supply Chain Solvers
After 24 hours in their war room analyzing a supply chain problem, a BYU MBA team found a solution that earned a top finish.
Counterproductive Packaging
A BYU study shows persuasive packaging that leads people to buy a product may also reduce its long-term sales. See how.
New Fellows
See the two international educators who are bringing their expertise in helping the world's poor to BYU's Ballard Center.
BYU Broadcasting
The Wild Yellow Yonder
A BYU professor is working to send a nuclear-powered drone to the Saturn moon Titan.
More news from BYU
Win a Journey to the Tourney
Enter this BYUtv contest for a shot at a free trip to Las Vegas for the WCC showdown.
More news from BYUtv
BYU Magazine
The Guitars of Green
Ever-popular BYU guitar professor Larry Green tells his secret on picking a guitar.
More news from BYU Magazine
Lehi's Dream Examined
The newest Sperry Symposium volume explores the rich symbolism of Lehi's dream.
More news from Religious Education
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