Trevor Mecham planned to leave the restaurant biz when he earned an information systems degree. But the 1989 alum surprised himself by accepting an offer to overhaul his hometown diner.
2016 Presidential Election Guide
As the United States approaches an increasingly divisive election, prep before the polls open with our alumni-tailored guide to the political process.
The Ultimate College-Skills Crash Course
A parent's work doesn't end with their child's acceptance letter: getting into college and thriving in college require very different skill sets. Review this cheat sheet to help your teen.
The Humble Narcissist
Marriott School faculty research is shedding new light on how the overlooked virtue of humility can tame leadership’s infamous vice: narcissism.
He Said, She Said
Playing together could help couples stay together, according to a Marriott School study. Interestingly, what partners do for recreation affects marital satisfaction more than how much time is spent together.
The Power of Not Knowing
Knowledge isn’t always power. That’s the theory alum Liz Wiseman, president of the Wiseman Group and author of Multipliers, put forth in a recent BYU forum address.