THE ATONEMENT: UNDERSTANDING "THE CENTRAL ACT OF HUMAN HISTORY" When all is said and done, and said and done again, it all comes down to the amazing act of atonement by Jesus of Nazareth, transformed by that ineffable act into Jesus, Savior and Redeemer. Before the miracle of the Atonement, everything else pales into relative insignificance.
MORETRACK CHAMPS For senior Susan L. Taylor, winning the 1,500-meter run was both a dream fulfilled and the climax of a difficult college career.
SUPERCOMPUTER UPGRADES CAMPUS RESEARCH Purchased with funds donated by Phoenix, Ariz., builder Ira Fulton and procured under a partnership program with SGI (formerly Silicon Graphics), the $5-million computer system is housed by the College of Engineering and its School of Technology, but serves many departments across campus.
VOLUNTEER COUNCILS CREATED BYU's "Lighting the Way" campaign, completed Dec. 31, 1999, mobilized 148,448 donors and hundreds of volunteers, more than had participated in any previous development project for BYU.
A DAY OF SERVICE As part of BYU Women's Conference 2000, more than 10,000 conference goers participated in a day of service on April 26.
SPEAKERS' NOTES Highlights from talks given Marjorie Hinckley, William M. Hirschi, and Daniel J. Fairbanks
CONSISTENT SPIRIT: RICKS COLLEGE BECOMES BYU-IDAHO For three or four decades, a persistent, nagging question echoed in the hallways, classrooms, and offices of Ricks College: Will this two-year college ever offer a four-year program? In June of 2000, this quesiton was answered.
LIBRARY TALES--STORIES FROM THE STACKS With the completion of the Harold B. Lee Library addition and renovation, BYU enters its sixth major incarnation this fall. To celebrate, we asked readers to look back on their memories of life in the library.
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.