The Magic Yarn Project and BYU Team Up to Make Wigs for Childhood Cancer Patients

Last Saturday in what turned out to be a landmark service project, over 400 people crowded the Wilkinson Center ballroom to create Disney-themed wigs for kids with cancer. The project, sponsored by The Magic Yarn Project and the BYU College of Nursing, was a massive success. The Magic Yarn Project co-founder Holly Christensen works withContinue reading “The Magic Yarn Project and BYU Team Up to Make Wigs for Childhood Cancer Patients”

Fortitude and Faith: How a Rare Disease Brought a BYU Professor’s Family Together

Assistant teaching professor Scott Summers and his family have spent the past two years working to cure Koven (center) of a rare genetic disease. Each year, around twenty million people flock to Walt Disney World to experience the adrenaline rush that rides going at breakneck speeds provide, as well as the overall atmosphere of enjoymentContinue reading “Fortitude and Faith: How a Rare Disease Brought a BYU Professor’s Family Together”