ARTIST JOINS EFFORT TO SAVE BY ACADEMY When Utah artist Jacque Baker stumbled onto the Brigham Young Academy Education Building in August 1995, she had no idea her talents would become a part of the latest--and perhaps last--effort to save the 104 year-old structure.
FAMILY EXPO '96 CENTERS ON CHILDREN Bringing up Children in "Light and Truth" (D&C 93:40) is the theme of the third Family Expo, to be held April 8 and 9, 1996, at the BYU Conference Center.
UTAH CENTENNIAL SYMPOSIUM "Our Utah Heritage" is the theme of the Utah Centennial Symposium, to be held at the BYU Conference Center on Saturday, April 20, 1996
MORE32-YEAR-OLD WILKINSON CENTER GETS A FACE-LIFT In mid-November, chain-link fences and detour signs appeared around one of the busiest buildings on BYU campus in preparation for the long awaited and much-needed renovation of the Ernest L. Wilkinson Center.
MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE EDUCATES EXECUTIVES THE BYU WAY After BYU graduates have gone forth to serve, the spirit of the Y seems to call them back. At least that was the experience of the Marriott School of Management with their wildly successful Management Conference last June.
THE BIG CATS OF THE MOA When museum officials decided to bring in the Imperial Tombs of China exhibit with its two monstrous lions, Paul Anderson, the head of exhibition development at the museum, was a little worried.
TUITION INCREASES ANNOUNCED Fall and winter semester tuition for the 1996-97 school year will increase by 3.3 percent, the lowest tuition increase at BYU in more than 10 years.
FOR THE RECORD BOOKS As the Tuesday morning devotional speaker on Oct. 17, 1995, President Gordon B. Hinckley drew the largest crowd ever for an activity in the Marriott Center: 25,875.
LOVING REX LEE, A PERSONAL REMEMBRANCE President Lee is remembered in this tribute by Todd A. Britsch, a professor of comparative literature and consultant to the president, who served as academic vice president during the Lee administration.
THEY THAT WAIT UPON THE LORD Waiting upon the Lord takes many forms. Whether for support in childbirth or guidance in making decisions, those who wait upon the Lord deepen their discipleship with a broken heart, a contrite spirit, a yielded will, and a consecration of self.