With spring's arrival, students in the School of Music love a chance to take their instruments outside to practice. The rest of campus loves to hear melodies from bassoons, cellos, flutes and . . . grand pianos?
Humanities majors are often asked "what are you going to do with that degree?" New data, viewed in a new way, show they can do just about anything they want. See how Spanish literature prepped a graduating student for a job in economics.
Pinpointing Utah highway hotspots on the road to zero fatalities
Three BYU researchers are behind the wheel of a new effort to help the Utah Department of Transportation come closer to the goal of zero fatalities on Utah highways. Learn how statistics helps.
Study shows eating disorders among BYU women lower than national average
Academically accomplished, religious Caucasian women are at high risk for developing eating disorders, scholars say, but one BYU professor has found the risk is significantly lower for women studying at BYU. Read about the study by Lane Fischer and co-authors.