Emily Eyring
Emily Eyring is an editor and product manager for DeseretNews.com. She is responsible for the content and presentation of the online Faith and Family sections. Prior to joining Deseret Digital Media, Emily worked as an intern for Bennett Communications where she wrote for Utah Valley Magazine, Utah Valley Bride and Utah Valley BusinessQ. Emily received a bachelorís degree in communications with an emphasis in journalism from Brigham Young University-Idaho. Emily spent three years in Tokyo, where she learned to love writing, photography and the Japanese culture.

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They say age is only a number, and a viral video of an elderly man dancing is making a strong case for this argument.
Verizon recently released a commercial exposing the ways parents prevent their daughters from engaging in science, technology, engineering and math.
Rowden and Leizl had planned to tie the knot on July 8. But in the midst of planning their perfect day, the couple learned Rowden had stage IV liver cancer.
Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson, Young Women general president for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, released a video June 23 on her Facebook page.
Mark Parades has an unusual religious resume. A member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since age 11, Paredes has also dedicated decades of his life to Judaism.
RadioWest radio host Doug Fabrizio spoke with Ally Isom, senior manager of Public Affairs for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, about the disciplinary process Tuesday.
In honor of Father's Day, Radiant has released a video featuring reflections from 30 people on the roles dads played in their lives.
The LDS Church posted a new essay to its website Monday detailing conflicts between members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and their neighbors in the 1800s.
In honor of Mother's Day, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released a video and a Mormon.org page Wednesday as part of a campaign dedicated to moms.
In a 25-minute address bookended by recognitions of God, Durant expressed appreciation for each of his teammates, the coaching staff and the city before paying an emotional tribute to his mother, Wanda Pratt.