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We are excited to have President Nelson as the 17th prophet of the Church. We're thankful for the many ways he's touched lives here at BYU.

"President Russell M. Nelson has often related the fateful day in medical school when he was instructed never to touch the human heart. Right ...

Surprise! Binge-watching TV is connected to poor diet, exercise habits

If you’re trying to keep a better eye on your health this year, you may want to cut back on Netflix. According to a study by BYU Health Science Professor Lori Spruance, millennials who Binge-watch TV are more likely to eat poorly, exercise less, and be overweight or obese. Read more about th...

A School of Fish: Reel-world BYU climate research in Alaska

A School of Fish: Reel-world BYU climate research in Alaska: In beautiful Alaska, seven students reeled in fish that carry the story of ocean climate in their bones.

Biology Professor Mark Belk has been bringing students here for five years in pursuit of a small, circular bone that rec...

2017 Year In Review - BYU 2018-01-05 18:16

2017 Year In Review: Before the 2018 school year begins next week, head over to our Instagram story today for a BYU social media year in review:

BYU Photo 2018-01-03 07:03

With heavy hearts, we bid farewell to President Monson. His life was filled with so much selfless service that included our campus. 'Til we meet again.

Photos from BYU's post - BYU 2017-12-29 19:40

Professors Erin Holmes and Eva Witesman gave two of the most-viewed BYU Devotionals of 2017.

"I am still waiting. In my waiting I have sought God and found Him. His plan for me is unfolding as I take His hand and accept the invitation to become a cocreator with Him. I am trying to choo...

Photos from BYU's post - BYU 2017-12-28 18:45

Thank you to the six student employees whose photography made it into BYU Photo's "Year in Pictures."
The full gallery includes their bosses' amazing work, too:

Mind-bending Escher exhibit at BYU - BYU 2017-12-20 22:42

Mind-bending Escher exhibit at BYU: M.C. Escher is famous for his works depicting impossible staircases, waterfalls defying gravity and hands drawing themselves. Here is a glimpse of the new Escher exhibit at the Brigham Young University Museum of Art.
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