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BYU football players celebrate a W in Wisconsin
Nobody expected the three-touchdown underdog Cougars to win a road game against the No. 6 Badgers. "I just hope they compete" was the common pregame refrain. But against the odds, the team came out of Camp Randall with the W. Relive the excitement by watching the highlights, scrolling the photo essay, or breaking down the game with KSL. For their efforts, the Cougs are the NCAA's National Team of the Week.
BYU Admissions Myths videos
Confused about what it takes to get in to BYU? All of your questions about test scores, quotas, transfers, and other details about applying are addressed in these short, informative videos.
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New BYU women's volleyball attendance record of 5,472 set at BYU Utah match
On Sept. 13 fans packed the Smith Fieldhouse to cheer on the No. 1 Cougs as they faced the No. 24 Utes. The 5,472 spectators broke the BYU women’s volleyball attendance record as the home team swept the Utes in three sets. Undefeated thus far, the team begins conference play at home against Pacific tonight and Saint Mary's on Saturday. Check out the 2018 schedule.
A purple light makes a scorpion glow green
A purple light reveals a scorpion's light-absorbing skin. And chemistry professor Jeffrey Macedone thinks it is beautiful. A girl in school or nematodes, Holy Saturday or soap bubbles—go see what is the most beautiful to you in this eclectic video series from BYU Magazine. Be sure to hit the Subscribe and "bell" buttons to see future videos.
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Never suppress a feeling to help others. It is among the clearest forms of revelation. -Kevin J Worthen
In the first fall devotional, BYU president Kevin J Worthen stated that success, both earthly and eternal, will depend in large part on our ability "to recognize, receive, and respond to revelation." And Sister Peggy S. Worthen said we are here on earth "to learn from our experiences and especially to learn how to have joy in our lives.” Watch the Worthens and other recent BYU speakers here.
Professor Brad Barber shoots a scene from an island hilltop
In the new docuseries States of America, BYU theatre and media arts professor and Emmy nominee Brad Barber is highlighting a person from each state, showing how where we live affects our lives and identities. Here are the first 15. A new state is added monthly.
Dancers doing headstands in the rain
BYU Department of Dance professor Keely Song just released Air Transit, a series of videos that reflect the dangers associated with poor air quality and promote public transportation. You can see them here.
Former BYU basketball player Shawn Bradley stands next to a giant measuring tape that shows 7 feet 6 inches
What are the chances of former BYU and NBA player Shawn Bradley's extraordinary arrangement of DNA? "Less than 1 divided by the number of stars in the galaxy," BYU geneticist John Kauwe told him. In this Wall Street Journal report, learn how the two met and discovered that Bradley had 198 more height-associated genetic variants than the average person.
Offensive coordinator Jeff Grimes displays a toothy grin beneath his thick mustache
How well do BYU students know the 2018 BYU football team? And which football coach sports the best mustache? Harvey Unga and Lauren McClain from BYU Sports Nation hit the campus to find out.
This BYU MOA exhibition features the most comprehensive collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs ever assembled, including photographs from every Pulitzer Prize-winning entry since 1942.
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