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The Greatest Showman A Cappella Mashup
Vocal Point and the Cougarettes' The Greatest Showman mashup is turning heads—even that of star Hugh Jackman who tweeted: "Thank you @BYUCougars for the amazing effort!!" See the musical spectacle for yourself, then enter to win Vocal Point's Music Video Hits, Vol. 1 on CD.
Dave and Cheryl Rose
Cheryl Rose appeared on BYU Basketball with Dave Rose to share how cancer has affected her family and to ask viewers to vote for Coach Rose in the ESPN Infiniti Coaches Charity Challenge. If he wins, BYU's Simmons Center for Cancer Research will earn $100,000. You can help keep Coach Rose in first place by voting every day on each of your devices. And don't miss the WCC Tournament on BYUtv: the women play tonight at 7 p.m. MST and the men start on Saturday at 2 p.m. MST.
Quite possibly Utah's most beautiful mountain community
While the trail to fame and glory is not of this world, it is our destiny—as we obediently, humbly walk the covenant path back to our heavenly home—and the ultimate victory story. —S. Gifford Nielsen
In this week's devotional, Elder S. Gifford Nielsen, a former football player, shared life lessons gained from "The Cougar Song," saying, "The words to this anthem have to do with much more than sports. Its call is a fight song for our lives." Watch highlights, the entire address, or read a summary.
Andrew Justvig smiles backstage
At first it looks like footage from an HFAC webcam. But wait for it—and prepare to have your heart melted by BYU theatre arts major Andrew Justvig’s proposal of the decade. Read how this student has defied cerebral palsy and worked to make his dreams come true.
BYU Store's basketball game day t-shirts for $10
Illustration of a woman weeping below dark clouds
Sometimes life is harder than we think we can bear. Wife, mother, and BYU family-life professor Erin Kramer Holmes shares ways to find hope in loss.
Mormon philosopher Adam Miller speaks at BYU
After BYU senior Anne Thomas graduates with a double major in biodiversity & conservation and bioinformatics, she's off to Cambridge University on a prestigious full-ride Gates Scholarship, awarded to only 35 U.S. undergrads this year.
Volunteers often have a greater impact when they support local opportunities.
What are the most effective ways to serve? Should we dig wells in Africa, travel to help after natural disasters, or donate cash to a worthy cause? Because so many well-intentioned service efforts fall short, BYU experts offer their ideas on how to make a real difference in the world.
Mormon philosopher Adam Miller speaks at BYU
BYU nursing grad Kelly Wosnik and Stranger Things star Gaten Matarazzo were both born with cleidocranial dysplasia. Now they've teamed up to help others with the rare bone disorder.
Skeleton cast of Utahraptor
It's official. The Utahraptor—first unearthed in 1975 by BYU professor “Dinosaur Jim” Jensen near Moab—is the state dinosaur of Utah. Get all of the dino details in this short clip. Or see the most complete Utahraptor skeleton cast in person at BYU’s Museum of Paleontology.
Swimming polar bear looks down through water
The 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting shook Michelle and Cory Hogan's family and motivated a holiday tradition of delivering cheer to Boston’s homeless. "We just wanted to share love with other people and help them feel that there are still good people in the world,” says Michelle. Read about the Hogans and other BYU alumni going forth to serve.
BYU Spectacular! with Kristin Chenoweth
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