Skip to main content


125 results found
Read how this alum's unexpected layover led him to BYU
“I want other people to live like they, too, have five years to live.”
Leslie Edwards: A journalist in Saudi Arabia and an award-winning educator
“I don’t think anyone expects to lose their mother . . . [her death] blew a big hole in the center of my family’s life.”
A self-taught baker defied the odds--twice--to win Food Network's Cake Wars.
Despite differences in her faith and background, Pritha Lal has found acceptance at BYU and in her Utah community
“It's just about the girls. . . I love watching them grow. . .They have my heart.”
Julie B. Beck, 2014 Alumni Achievement Award winner, College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences
Greatly impacted by her grandmother, this alumna uses music to carry Hawaiian culture and the message of aloha around the world
An alumna in Houston has mustered the “Minivan Brigade” to provide relief for refugee families.
A mother made it her mission to improve accommodations for children with vision impairment.
A Chinese couple has exported “the BYU way” of music performance to their homeland.
Recent anthropology grad Chloe D. Burkey has been hunting for fakes and she's found quite a few.
Nathan J. Cherrington, 2014 Alumni Achievement Award winner, College of Life Sciences
Delivering “desserts with class” to as many people as they can
Sharon L. Eubank, 2014 Alumni Achievement Award winner, College of Hummanities
Richard B. Brown, 2014 Alumni Achievement Award winner, Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
Cindy W. Sutton, 2014 Alumni Achievement Award winner, David O. McKay School of Education
“Find something you are passionate about, take control of your destiny... and surround yourself by people who support you.”
David and Chelom Leavitt, 2014 Alumni Achievement Award winners, J. Rueben Clark Law School