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Kings of the Rugby Pitch
The BYU rugby team, with its 10 All-Americans, beat the Arkansas State Red Wolves to take home the 2012 National Championship and complete a perfect 17-0 season. Watch highlights from the match. Play clip
Car-Crushing Mom
For Monster Jam truck driver and BYU alumna Nicole Jardin Johnson, crushing Cadillacs is all in a day's work. Watch her catch monster air.
Digging into Tabernacle History
See what student archaeologists dug up from the foundation of Provo's first tabernacle before the May groundbreaking of the Provo City Center Temple.
Take a Victory Lap
Check out Hybrid Blue—the student-built hybrid race car that finished first in international competition and set a competition record. Find out which one.
Service and Song
The Young Ambassadors just got back from performing and serving in Africa. Watch videos from their trip and download one of their original songs.

David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies
Euro Crisis
What do the European Union's monetary woes mean for the United States? Hear EU advisor Antonio de Lecea explain. 
Cultural Imperialism?
International studies expert Gerald Hyman says the United States is pushing its values on others. Hear how.
Biz in the Middle East
Watch trade representatives from the Arab world speak on business opportunities in their countries.
Vietnam Update
Vietnam's ambassador to the United States discusses the current state of relations between the two countries.
David O. McKay School of Education
Book of Mormon App
Grad student Jacob Burdis created an app to help people understand Book of Mormon covenants. Watch him explain it.
Principals Like PETE
Find out why principals want to hire graduates of BYU's physical education teacher education (PETE) program.
First Year in the Far East
The McKay School's new student teaching option is an ocean away. Find out where—and why.
Disrupting Higher Ed
The Internet is helping higher ed adapt to a changing world. Harvard professor Clayton Christensen explains how.
College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences
Oh My Word!
Foul-mouthed characters in teen novels are rich, attractive, and popular, says a study by family life professor Sarah Coyne.
Feeding the Hungry
This year's Karl G. Maeser Distinguished Faculty Lecturer, Rulon Pope, spoke  on how food prices impact the poor.
College of Fine Arts and Communications
Opera You Can Laugh At?
A comic opera billed with a Karate Kid–inspired poster? BYU's production of The Mikado is a must-see.
College of Humanities
Wordsmith in Chief
English professor Lance Larsen was named the Utah state poet laureate. Read more in the Salt Lake Tribune.

College of Life Sciences
Leader Among Women
Dietetics professor Susan Fullmer was selected as president of the BYU Faculty Women's Association.

College of Nursing
Celebrating Research
Check out the thesis topics of 15 nursing  students who presented their work at the annual Day of Celebration.
Can-Do Attitude
Nursing professor Katreena Merrill has learned it's never too late to pursue your dreams.
College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Dream Job
See how the Chemistry Department helped stats grad Cameron Willden land the job he's always wanted.
Fiery Field Trip
These students got the experience every geologist dreams of—studying active volcanoes in Hawaii.
Trigger Happy
Get ready for your close-up: three students are about to launch an app that remotely controls digital cameras.

Rising Star
Mechanical engineering professor Steven Gorrell was named vice president–elect of a national aerospace association.
Bridge-Building Sweep
BYU engineering students took first, second, and third place at a Utah bridge-building competition.
Blazing Trails
Civil engineering professor Kyle Rollins won UDOT's Trailblazer Award for his research in load testing.

Reuben Clark Law School
Pro Bono Props
Student Camille Borg donated more than 750 hours of pro bono work—and now the state bar is honoring her for it.
Examining Human Rights
Do international human rights transcend Constitutional values? Hear law professor David Kirkham's thoughts.
Marriott School of Management
Big Check for a Big Idea
Entrepreneurship is alive and well at BYU. See which ideas won big at this year's Business Plan Competition.
Fill in the Blank
What did you do when stumped by a tricky exam question? Check out these creative test responses from baffled students.
Amazing Auditors
A team of accounting students took home second place—and a $5,000 prize—at a national audit case competition.
Do the Math
Dust off your calculator—here are four powerful math concepts that could change the way you do business.
Gifts That Change the World
See how Rachel Buck can use what she learned at BYU to make the world better.
More news from LDS Philanthropies
Ticket to Yellowstone
Take a trip to the library's online collection of Yellowstone photos, books, and pamphlets.
More news from the Harold B. Lee Library
Continuing Education
Space Scholar
Grad student Shannon Zirbel's out-of-this-world research landed her a NASA fellowship.
More news from BYU
The Write Stuff
Budding young writers can sharpen their skills at BYU's new writing camps.
More news from Continuing Education
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