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Beating the Odds
Raskita is a first-generation college student creating a better plan for his future thanks to Ensign College.
Bringing Service into Education
While working towards her degree, Natalie has learned how to give and receive service.
Going Back to the Beginning
“I have never accomplished something like this in my life. I am capable of doing hard things.”
Donor-funded Internship an Opportunity of a Lifetime
Myla Parke’s donor-funded internship at the Religious Studies Center had special meaning in her life. “I love religious education. I am interested in publishing material that will help others deepen their conversion and bring them closer to Christ.”
This Place is Our Promised Land
Husband and wife graduate together and honor their family for the support, motivation, and sacrifice that helped them succeed.
VP Vorkink Considers "Special Financial Outpouring" at BYU
BYU Advancement Vice President Keith Vorkink recently addressed members of the Jesse and Amanda Knight Society in the Gordon B. Hinckley Alumni and Visitors Center.
A Blessing for Students and the World
BYU Broadcasting offers a life-changing experience for student employees as they get hands-on, real world opportunities in the industry.
OIT Employees Rallied Around a Struggling Student
When asked why she participates in the Employee Giving Campaign, Elaine Lauritzen answers without hesitation: “It’s the students. They work so hard, and they go out into the world and make a difference.”
Learning Public Health and Public Policy
Before the COVID-19 pandemic dominated public health discussions, BYU public health majors were in Washington, DC, for a conference which focused on a law proposed to address the opioid crisis.
Generous donor support made Gregory Hutchins internship possible, where he learned there are sustainable ways to approach the world’s difficult issues.
The Tabernacle Choir Becomes a Beacon During Pandemic Hiatus
Through modern technology and some creativity, The Tabernacle Choir now reaches millions around the world, and offers hope and inspiration in a time when it’s needed most.
Supporting Faith and the Hope of Good Things to Come
Discover what happened when returned missionaries chose to follow God over family and Ghanaian customs.