This issue of BYU Studies tells the heart-rending tales of the atrocities experienced by Kosovar citizens in 1998 and 1999, told by therapist and professor Dean Byrd. He relates through journal entries and pictures the things he saw and the attempts he made to help the grieving refugees. Also in this issue, the lives and conversions of the first Icelandic and Japanese members of the Church are documented by Fred Woods and Shinji Takagi (respectively). Don’t miss other intriguing articles. One analyzes the suicide rates of young men, ages 15 to 34, to discover the relationship between the suicide rates of the actively religious and the non-religious.