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BYU Homecoming Make Your Moment. Cosmo the Cougar points to Provo from the Y on the mountain, surrounded by a group of smiling students.
It’s Homecoming and alumni and students are celebrating a spirited week of activities on the BYU campus. From a women’s soccer game tonight to Alumni Achievement Award–recipient lectures on Thursday to two nights of BYU Spectacular! to Saturday’s football game—this promises to be an epic week to make lasting memories. Scroll down to see highlights or go to to make your plans.
A white on blue 50th anniversary BYU Marriott Center logo.
A new video celebrating 50 years of the J. Willard Marriott Center was shown as part of the 2021 BYU Homecoming opening ceremonies yesterday. Learn how, over five decades, the biggest building on campus has become a sporting, cultural, and spiritual center for thousands.
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Martin Luther King III smiles as he speaks at a BYU forum in the Marriott Center.
Human-rights activist Martin Luther King III recently spoke at BYU, sharing ways that we can help to realize his father’s dream of a “beloved community.” Read this exclusive Q&A, then watch King’s forum address, available on BYUtv only until October 12.
A combined choir of BYU students perform in the conference center during the Saturday evening session of October 2021 General Conference.
A combined choir of BYU students performed a moving rendition of “Behold the Wounds in Jesus’ Hands” to conclude the Saturday evening session of the October 2021 general conference.
In a cloud of white smoke, a male BYU cheerleader waves a Y Flag on the football field in front of a line of marching band members.
LaVell Edwards Stadium will be filled with a capacity crowd for the Homecoming game on Saturday. But fans everywhere can watch the No. 10 Cougars (5-0) play Boise State (2-3) on ABC’s national broadcast at 1:30 p.m., with pregame and postgame coverage on BYUtv. The Cougars will be wearing all-navy uniforms and helmets for the first time this season.
New By Study and By Faith Podcast by BYU Speeches.
This new podcast showcases BYU devotionals and forums that blend reason with faith, disciplines with discipleship, and the scholarly with the sacred. Find out what the invention of the airplane can teach you about the Holy Ghost or discover the connection between masterful music compositions and the gospel principle of reconciliation. Go to the BYU Speeches website to subscribe.
Giving Cougsday Oct. 12. Cosmo and some BYU students raise double shaka hands as they look over Utah Valley.
Mark your calendar. Giving Cougsday—Oct. 12—is your opportunity to show some love for your favorite school and make a difference in the lives of students. Your donation on Cougsday supports scholarships, mentored learning, and other inspiring-learning activities, as well as BYU Broadcasting and BYU Athletics. Your gift of any size, in concert with others, will have an impact for good. Make a recurring or one-time gift at
Jim Spencer sitting in a sunlit, grassy mountain meadow, butterfly net in hand.
What was once a population of more than a million western monarchs as late as the 1990s has now declined by more than 99 percent due to habitat loss, pesticide use, and drought. Learn how BYU grad James Spencer is helping the western monarch butterfly avoid extinction and how you can join preservation efforts.
BYU Spectacular. Brian Stokes Mitchell and BYU performing groups Live Oct 7 and 8 Buy tickets today at for the 2021 BYU Spectacular.
Tony Award–winner Brian Stokes Mitchell will headline two shows this week at the Marriott Center. Don’t miss fan-favorite songs like “We Didn’t Start the Fire,” “Proud Mary,” “Through Heaven’s Eyes,” and “I’m Still Standing.” Also performing: BYU Vocal Point, BYU Noteworthy, BYU Cougarettes, BYU Singers, BYU Ballroom Dance Company, BYU Young Ambassadors, and Cosmo’s Dunk Team. You can still purchase tickets online.
A white-haird man with a scruffy beard looks over at his friend with bemusement.
“If you are disheartened about all the spiritual experiences you feel you don’t have,” as BYU professor Matthew Wickman said in his devotional last year, then take a lesson from Jerry, a man returning to church for the first time in more than 50 years. Watch the latest BYU Speeches inspiring short to better understand how God feels about you as you seek experiences with the Spirit. At the Speeches website, you may also read, watch, or listen to Wickman’s full devotional.
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