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Secrets of the Sweet Tooth Fairy
Cupcake Wars winner Megan Faulkner Brown, a.k.a. the Sweet Tooth Fairy, is sharing the magic behind her baking. Like BYU Magazine's Facebook page to get a recipe, then watch her share a few baking tips.
Olympic Bound
Cheer on Cougars in the London 2012 Olympics, from BMX rider Arielle Martin to shot putter Jillian Camarena-Williams. Find out who else made it.
Otter-ly Cute Neighbors
Students and faculty helped reintroduce otters to the Provo River. Watch the playful critters check out their new home. Some even freeload with beavers.
Oreo-Sized Relief
Say farewell to chronic back pain: BYU engineers developed an artificial Oreo-sized spinal disc that mimics natural movement. Watch KSL's video.
True Grit Learned from Dad
If you can stick with tough tasks, you may have Dad to thank, says a BYU study featured by ABC News. It's a finding from BYU's Flourishing Families Project.

David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies
Book of the Semester
The book of the semester, Nothing to Envy, illuminates life in North Korea. Hear author Barbara Demick discuss it on July 19.
Green Before It Was Cool
Watch Utah State University's Christian Haskett discuss the environmental values of Tibetan Buddhists.
The Bible in Arabic
Post-doc Ronny Vollandt studies early Arabic Bibles. Learn more about his research and why he visited BYU.

David O. McKay School of Education
Bestselling Advice
McKay School students helped a book jump to the top of a bestseller list. Find out how they got involved.
Following a Leader
Garrick Peterson, a Utah junior high principal, was honored for teaching McKay School students how to lead.
View from the Top
Sixth graders went on a campus tour that taught the importance of college—and took them atop the Kimball Tower.
Parent Power
Read about McKay School professor Vance Randall's research into the role of parents in educational reform.
College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences
At the Helm
Political science professor Quin Monson was appointed director of the Center for the Study of Elections and Democracy.
Unearthing a Village
See what Native American treasures BYU archaeologists discovered under a farm near Goshen, Utah. Watch video from KSL.
College of Fine Arts and Communications
Full Slate Ahead
See BYU's 2012–13 Performing Arts Series lineup, from Emmy winners to Scottish puppeteers, and get tickets now.
Weir Number One
BYU Museum of Art curator Marian Wardle won an award for coauthoring and editing a book on the Weir family of artists.
Making Headlines
See where the Hearst Foundation ranked  BYU's broadcast journalism program in the 2012 Journalism Awards.
Faculty Music Featured
Guest pianist Keith Kirchoff (pictured) came to BYU to perform professor Michael Hicks' compositions.
College of Humanities
Teacher Training
BYU will host a National Middle East Language Resource Center training workshop for Arabic teachers in July.

College of Life Sciences
Secrets in the Soil 
Biology professor Richard Gill and his students can predict climate change by studying soil. Find out how.
College of Nursing
Serving Servants
Watch students share what they learned while serving the veterans who've fought for our freedoms.
Red Honors Blue
BYU College of Nursing dean Beth Cole was honored by the University of Utah's College of Nursing.
College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Mars Invasion
A rover built by BYU students took second at the University Rover Challenge in southern Utah.
Open Lab Day
BYU's chemistry club treated high school students to flame tests, rocket launching, and ice cream frozen by liquid nitrogen.
Second on Mars
See the student-built rover that took second at the University Rover Challenge in southern Utah.
New Leaders
Richard Fry is now director of the School of Technology, and there are new department chairs. Find out who they are.
Cracking a Mystery
What happens when you spin a hard-boiled egg in milk? NPR's Science Friday asked a BYU professor to explain.

J. Reuben Clark Law School
Back to Thailand
Student Spencer Humiston won a fellowship that took him and his family back to his mission land.
Supreme Swearing In
Standing before U.S. Supreme Court justices, Dean James Rasband motioned for 40 alums to be admitted to the court's bar.
New Federal Judge
Law professor David Nuffer became the fourth BYU Law School alum to be sworn in as a U.S. District Court judge.
Practicing with the Church
Fourteen students are spending the summer on externships with the Church's legal counsel worldwide. See where.
Marriott School of Management
Business, Cowboy Style
Alum Erik Jacobsen blends business acumen with horse smarts. Read more in the Marriott Alumni Magazine.
The Annual Report
How many degrees has the Marriott School granted? Where do its programs rank? Read the Annual Report to find out.
Museum of Art
Reconnect with Pac-Man
An exhibit in the sculpture garden pays homage to eight-bit video games.
More news from the Museum of Art
The Patriots' Finest Hour
Relive the victory at Yorktown and critical naval battles in this episode of American Ride.
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BYU Magazine
Free App, Better Translations
A free BYU app helps Olympic volunteers and fans communicate in up to 60 languages.
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Photographer of the Year
See the shots that won BYU's Mark Philbrick a national award for university photography.
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