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BYU senior Josh Robinson (center) finished third in a global Chinese proficiency contest this summer.
With Cosmo as the honored founder, BYU celebrates Homecoming this week. Festivities include BYU Spectacular! featuring Ben Rector and Hilary Weeks, a week-long campus scavenger hunt, a BYU Birthday Bash, and the Cougars’ football face-off with No. 14 Boise State on Saturday night at LaVell Edwards Stadium.
Cosmo and Mayor Michelle Kaufusi unveil the new Cougar Blvd. street sign at the BYU campus entrance.
Bulldog Boulevard is now Cougar Boulevard. The name change was unveiled this morning at the intersection of 1230 North and Canyon Road by BYU president Kevin Worthen, Cosmo, and Provo mayor Michelle Kaufusi. “I can’t think of a better birthday present for this time-honored university that is truly such a valuable part of our community fabric,” says Kaufusi. “It is only fitting that BYU’s gateway entrance now be aptly named and appropriately mascot branded.”
Giving Cougsday is Tuesday, October 22. #givingcougsday 24-Hour Challenge. Last year we had 1,700 donation. Help make it 2,000 in 2019.
Justice Neil Gorsuch addresses a crowd.Photography by Jaren Wilkey/BYU.
Have you ever heard the story about the first female Cosmo? What about the time Cosmo sent ice cream flying into the crowd at a women’s volleyball game?┬áDo you know what it takes to be BYU’s beloved mascot?
Two figurines stand in front of five mini paintings lining the baseboard of a railing in the Harold B. Lee library.
Tiny art has found its way onto BYU campus. BYU alum McKay Lenker Bayer installs hard-to-spot art shows in places you wouldn’t expect, like BYU’s Harold B. Lee Library. Bayer left bitty items around campus for students to find, like a Cougar Tail, laptop, soda, and scoop of BYU Creamery ice cream.
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Members of BYU's Noteworthy stand wearing shirts saying statements like 'I have a voice' and 'I am more than enough' while singing.
Get inspired by Noteworthy’s cover of Sia’s “Bird Set Free,” a powerful video depicting the transformation from insecurity to empowerment. And check out other performances by BYU's all-women's a cappella group.
The casts of Studio C and Dwight in Shining Armor eat snacks and compete in a role-playing game.
Women’s soccer continues to dominate after a 6-0 win over Pacific on October 12. The team now prepares to play Saint Mary’s on Friday at South Field. And, for the first time in program history, both BYU cross country teams are ranked No. 2 in the country.
Via Sikahema walks hand in hand with his wife toward the temple.
After an NFL scout observed Vai Sikahema's abilities in only two BYU football games, BYU's outstanding return man was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals. Years later, Sikahema returned to BYU to finish his degree in broadcast communications. Now a successful news and sports reporter, Sikahema also finds time to serve in his church calling as an Area Seventy.
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No one is immune to experiencing adversity and trials. And while we can’t choose our trials, we can choose how to react to them. BYU Speeches has created a podcast sharing advice from Church leaders and respected scholars on overcoming life’s many challenges. The podcast can be found on the Speeches website along with other videos, devotionals, and blog posts.
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