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Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf and his wife, Harriet, greet the campus community gathered for Tuesday’s BYU devotional
In his BYU devotional address this week, Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, shared the story of a famous musician anonymously playing a Stradivari in a subway station, then suggested five things everyone can do to follow Christ and be more in tune with the Spirit. Read a summary, watch a highlight on opening our hearts to spiritual possibilities, or view the full devotional.
Students walk by  BYU's new engineering building, located on the southeast end of main campus
The battle between good and evil is being waged in our food packaging, and we are paying the price, both in health and money, says marketing professor Tamara Masters. Get the details of this new BYU study.
BYU chocolate covered cinnamon bears, $4.99 for a 1 lb. bag at BYU Store
During World War I, soldiers were housed at BYU’s Maeser Building
In a project funded by the U.S. Figure Skating Association, a team of BYU researchers created a FitBit-like device for figure skaters. Learn how the device helps measure the impact of jumps, allowing athletes to train smarter and prevent overuse injuries.
CS professor Mark Clement and four students who worked on Vet Finder
When BYU civil-engineering student Anelle Concepción was a child, she lost her home in a devastating flood. With help from an alumni replenishment grant, she is now working to create flood-resistant houses.
Artist Patrick Dougherty creates works out of willow branches. His latest exhibition, WIndswept, is now on display at the BYU Museum of Art
A young Taysom Hill in football gear shares a toothy grin
Taysom Hill's hometown of Pocatello, Idaho, is at the center of this New Orleans Saints mini-documentary, which shares insights from the former BYU QB's friends, family, and high school football coach.
BYU grad and Mission Wild host Wes Larson carries a bear on his shoulders
Shannon Evans collects coins and stars in this Super Mario Bros.–inspired floor routine, which caught the attention of Sports Illustrated and other national media. Evans scored a 9.900, BYU gymnastics got its highest season-opening score in program history (in a close loss to Utah), and the team leapt from no. 24 to no. 6 in the country.
Curious willow structures flank a path through BYU's Museum of Art
Patrick Dougherty's willowy creation Windswept is now on display at BYU's Museum of Art. With help from some 100 BYU students and community volunteers, the artist shaped 30,000 pounds of saplings into an immersive experience. Learn what inspired Dougherty's design and walk through the exhibit in an Instagram story. (Access the video by clicking on the blue BYU Magazine button at the top.)
Team Cosmo coach Dave Eberhard with his wife and five kids
You know Cosmo, but have you met his closest friend? David Eberhard is a marketing coordinator for BYU Athletics and coach of Team Cosmo and the BYU Dunk Team. Learn more about Eberhard's career and family, then watch him in action.
Yoeli Childs dunks over a rival defender
Update your alumni info to enter a drawing for a set of four BYU basketball tickets to the biggest game of the regular season: the Cougars face the No. 5 Gonzaga Bulldogs on Jan. 31 at 9 p.m. in the Marriott Center. Enter now to win.
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