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BYU Vocal Point, BYU Ballroom, and Lexi Walker in Beauty and the Beast Medley
Vocal Point teamed up with Lexi Walker and the internationally renowned BYU Ballroom Dance Company to create this trending four-minute journey through the Disney classic.
Discover Your Ancestors

BYU can help you answer that question. Search for family names at the Immigrant Ancestors Project. Also check out video from Irish research expert and BYU grad David Rencher. And browse the archives of the BYU Family Historian, including "Irish Emigration and Immigration to North America."

Top of Mind With Julie Rose on BYU Radio
Whenever we choose the better path, we are repenting.

In last Tuesday's BYU devotional, Elder Clayton said that repentance "builds our foundation," a base we should make "as big and as wide and as deep and sturdy as possible.” Read a devo recap, see eight minutes of highlights, or watch the complete address. You can also access the audio for your commute.

Rachel Weaver from Chicago, BYU'21
Future BYU Cougars share their excitement after learning they will be attending their favorite school this fall.
Briana Carr, NBA Jazz producer
As the pregame, postgame, and halftime producer for the Utah Jazz, Briana Carr (right) makes creating a live television show look like a breeze. Learn how she landed her dream job.
Four-year-old sings with Moana star
Watch as 4-year-old YouTube phenom Claire Crosby, daughter of BYU alum Dave Crosby (on guitar), joins Disney's Moana star Auli'i Cravalho in singing "How Far I'll Go" on the Ellen DeGeneres Show. In case you missed it, Claire's version of "Part of Your World" from Little Mermaid has 13.5 million views so far.
We all know the teenager stereotype: the moody, hormonal, combative youth who puzzles parents to no end. Is this always the case? Learn how positive and patient parents can get past stereotypes and foster self-control and self-esteem in teens.
Spring football kicks off
For the first time ever, BYU football's spring practice will be broadcast on BYUtv and radio. See the details.
Two office workers chat
When it comes to fitting in with foreign cultures, BYU professor Stephen Moody suggests adopting "just be yourself" as your mantra.
Installation of bones in science center
There's a fearsome creature lurking in plain sight in the Eyring Science Center. Enjoy a Jurassic moment from the installation. And, for those who can't drop by, here is the reveal.
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