BYU Today
BYU Today Masthead
The BYU women's basketball team pose with the championship trophy. Celebratory confetti covers the hardwood around them.
The BYU women’s basketball team won the West Coast Conference Championship after defeating the No. 1 seed Gonzaga 82–68. BYU’s Paisley Johnson was named WCC Tournament MVP, and Shaylee Gonzales made the All-Tournament Team. Next up is Auburn on Saturday in the first round of the NCAAs.
A wintry view of BYU campus shot from above and north of the Smoot Building.
BYU continues to climb in the U.S. News & World Report graduate school rankings. BYU’s law and business programs both rose, with the Marriott School of Business coming in at No. 32 and the J. Reuben Clark Law School at No. 39. See which other programs ranked in the top 100.
A BYU engineering student describes how King Louie, an inflatable robot, moves his arms.
Meet King Louie, BYU’s Big Hero 6–esque inflatable robot. BYU engineers are creating robots like King Louie that are soft and therefore safer around humans. Collapsible robots also have significant applications for NASA and space exploration. See King Louie in action.
New polos and dress shirts. Shop now at the BYU Store.
A young blonde girl rolls her eyes and the brown-haired boy next to her appears to be disgruntled.
A new BYU study reveals negative effects of serious dating among teenagers. Professor of family life Adam Rogers found that romantic relationships in adolescents affected their psychological well-being, contributing to significant fluctuations in their daily mood. Read more about the study’s results.
Runners from numerous schools, including several from BYU, begin a race on an indoor track.
BYU’s men’s and women’s track and field teams represented the Y at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships. The men’s team tied for 13th and the women finished 14th. The teams now begin the outdoor season with the men ranked No. 5 and the women at No. 32. See where they compete next.
Dwight in Shining Armor streameth now on BYUtv
A display at the new evolution exhibit at the Bean Museum shows skeletons from various stages of human evolution.
The Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum opened a new long-term exhibit that explores evolution. The design team behind the project consulted with BYU professors who teach about evolution to make the exhibit approachable and understandable.
BYU professor Ty Hopkins rides his bike through a wooded and mountainous alpine area, crossing a ravine via a suspended bridge.
BYU exercise-science professor Ty Hopkins completed the Tour Divide bike race last June, cycling 2,725 miles across mountains from Canada to Mexico, all in 16 days, collecting data along the way. Read where he ended up in the field of 77 finishers, what he and a BYU team learned about the effects of extreme exercise on the body, and which snack inspired him to take on the ride.
BYU athletes from every sport rock fresh royal blue gear from Nike.
BYU extended a partnership with Nike that began back with LaVell Edwards. The university will continue to use the company’s all-sport footwear, apparel, and equipment through 2026. Here is a visual history of Nike’s relationship with BYU.
Artist Ron Richmond, in profile, applies paint to a canvas using a thin paintbrush.
BYU alum and artist Ron Richmond finds joy in painting the contrast between old and new—like a decaying Italian fresco and freshly cut flowers. See Richmond’s paintings and read more about what inspires his artwork.
Two wedding rings intertwine on a faded orange leaf.
Retired BYU religion professor Camille Fronk Olson discusses getting married in the autumn of her life in a new BYU Speeches blog post. She also talks about trusting in God’s timing and how maturity relates to marriage.
Are you connected for good? Watch for the survey question at the bottom of our emails. BYU Alumni
Connect with BYU Alumni:
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram