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BYU Speeches - BYU 2018-10-16 22:12

BYU Speeches - BYU 2018-10-16 22:12

BYU Speeches: We were thrilled to hear from Elder Gerrit W. Gong, a BYU alum, former BYU vice president and current member of the Quorum of the 12, in today’s #byudevo. He relayed a touching story to begin his remarks, as heard here. “Thank you, BYU,” he said, “for teaching general...

Photos from BYU's post - BYU 2018-10-09 21:28

It's begun! David Archuleta and JTM rocked the Marriott Center this morning with the BYU Marching Band and Noteworthy to kickoff #BYUHomecoming
Plan your week accordingly:

BYU Photo 2018-09-27 17:57

The Wall Street Journal ranks us No. 6 in the country for engagement (not engagements). Their definition of "engaged learning" is how challenged and inspired students feel inside and outside the classroom. We hope you can look back and still feel engaged with and inspired by BYU.

The Wall Street Journal - BYU 2018-09-19 15:38

“If Shaquille O' Neal or 姚明 Yao Ming want to come and let us sequence their DNA, we’re game.”
- BYU professor John Kauwe, who is trying to solve Alzheimer's disease and found a side project when he bumped into Shawn Bradley.

Photos from BYU's post - BYU 2018-09-14 02:32

It was another wild night in the Smith Fieldhouse as a record-setting crowd of 5,472 packed to the rafters cheered the Cougars on to a 3-0 victory over the Utes. BYU Women's Volleyball remains undefeated and the No. 1 team in the country!

Fighting bad air quality with ... dance?

BYU Department of Dance professor Keely Song just released "Air Transit," a four part series of online videos that reflect the dangers associated with poor air quality and promote public transportation.

BYU Photo 2018-09-06 17:41

BYU genetic researchers have mapped 7-foot-6-inch former BYU and NBA player Shawn Bradley's genome. They thought they would find just a few, rare genetic variants, but instead found Bradley had 198 more height-associated genetic variants than the average person.

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