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Finding Meaning and Defining Experience

Seamons says his work at the Maxwell Institute has defined his BYU experience, “Being part of a community of thoughtful scholars of differing faiths has enriched my life.

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Aiding in the Fight of a Lifetime

Nursing student Annie Welton and Davin Lyman, also a BYU student, had only been engaged for two weeks when doctors confirmed that Davin had thyroid cancer.

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Marry Me and Move to Tokyo

Kevin Sites told his girlfriend he was hoping to take a position in Tokyo. “Then I asked if she’d marry me.”

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Building a Legacy of Philanthropy

Nathan and Jan Meehan have found a way to teach their family the joy of charitable giving through donor advised funds with Deseret Trust Company.

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Ensign College

Reaching Goals and Serving Others

After receiving a scholarship, Andreas now serves others while attending school.

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Ensign College

A Place Right for Me

After feeling other schools were not right, Kate found the best fit at Ensign College.

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Farmhand to Public Servant

BYU–Hawaii helped Karl Santiago go from working as a farmhand for money to buy school supplies to working as a clerk for the Hawaii State Legislature.

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Ethnic Identity Spurs Physical Activity

McKay School of Education graduate Nathan Kahaiali‘i sees ethnic identity and physical activity as two sides of the same coin.

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Creating Social Value

Alyssa Clark represented BYU at an intercollegiate competition that involved simulating policy in a European country during a refugee crisis—and her team won!

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Supporting Religious Liberty

Austin Atkinson used his language skills at the G20 Interfaith Forum in Tokyo, Japan, where Elder Gerrit W. Gong and Sister Sharon Eubank spoke. Full Story

President Kusch and the President’s Executive Council hiked Ensign Peak to introduce the college’s new theme, Ensign Rising.

Ensign College

President's Report: It’s All About the Heart

“As we embrace a new name, … the lives we live and the examples we set will be the measure of the success of this institution now and for generations to come.” President Bruce C Kusch

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Ensign College

Doing Something Different

Laura Calvillo is laying a foundation for her future as a first-generation college student.