A CAPPELLA CHOIR SLATES FOURTH CONCERT/REUNION Members of the BYU A Cappella Choir who sang under the direction of Ralph Woodward are invited to the fourth concert reunion in August. Rehearsals will begin the evening of Aug. 17, 1998, in Provo and will continue the next evening.
FARMS JOINS BYU COMMUNITY President Merrill J. Bateman has announced that the Foundation for Ancient Research and MormonStudies (FARMS) has accepted an invitation from the BYU Board of Trustees to become part of the university.
STUDENTS SERVE WITH HART Student plans for the Christmas respite from the rigors of higher education vary a bit at BYU. Some go home to friends and family; others visit sunny beaches and crystal clear waters; others travel to Africa to combat deadly diseases.
FROM POOR ART STUDENT TO EMPLOYABLE GRADUATE At BYU, visual arts students are learning that natural talent coupled with the experience they gain from BYU in the latest computer design software systems are landing them jobs--jobs in Hollywood and with major corporations.
BACKMORESIR PETE OF BYU It seems everyone in the Kennedy Center lecture room on Monday, Nov. 10, knew that BYU's dean of admissions and records, Erlend (Pete) D. Peterson, was about to receive an award from the King of Norway.
WORKING TOGETHER TO HELP FAMILIES STAY TOGETHER With the tidbits of information received from a neighborhood referral and the soon-to-be completed interview with the family in question, the Child Protective Services (CPS) investigator has a few hours to determine the immediate risk and 30 days to decide.
BACKBYU PROFESSOR FEATURED IN TIME Time magazine named a BYU botany and range science professor one of its "Heroes of Medicine" in a special issue that appeared on news racks in November and December.
WEB WATCH Genan Anderson, head teacher in the preschool program, has designed Guiding Discovery, a Web site devoted to informing parents about their child's learning development.
STUDENTS GIVE THE BYU EXPERIENCE A THUMBS UP A national survey recently reported that BYU ranked significantly higher than comparable universities in all 22 survey areas concerning the personal gains students felt they were making at the university.
"ONE BY ONE" This article by President Merrill J. Bateman is adapted from a devotional address given Sept. 9, 1997, in the Marriott Center.
SPEAKER'S NOTES The following is an excerpt from "A Child of God," a devotional address given by Elder Henry B. Eyring, a member of the Council of the Twelve Apostles of the LDS Church, Oct. 21, 1997, in the Marriott Center.
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