EMERITUS ALUMNI HONORED Ten members of the Brigham Young University Emeritus Association received special recognition awards at the association's annual meeting March 13, when the class of 1959 was inducted into the organization.
MOREWILBERG TRANSPOSED TO TABERNACLE CHOIR After being named USC's outstanding graduate at the Doctor of Musical Arts level, Mack K. Wilberg was ready to embark on a long academic career that would embrace his talents as a choral conductor, pianist, accompanist, composer, and arranger.
SISTERS SHARE HERITAGE OF BROWN V. BOARD OF EDUCATION At a forum assembly on Feb. 23, BYU students heard Linda Brown Thompson and Cheryl Brown Henderson unfold the history of Brown v. Board of Education, the landmark court case that ended public-school segregation.
ELECTION STUDY GATHERS INSIDE SCOOP ON "OUTSIDE MONEY" An Election '98 post- mortem study--authored by political scientists from 17 universities in 15 states--provides dramatic evidence that national political parties and special interest groups are taking an aggressive new role in congressional elections.
BYU NAUVOO CENTER TO OPEN 1999 Now, 158 years later, the Latter-day Saints at last have a university building in Nauvoo. In September BYU will open a center right across the street from the Nauvoo Temple site.
WEB TEAM WEAVES NEWS MEDIA, WINS AWARD When BYU NewsNet Web editors arrive at work they watch the Simpsons, play word games, mull over basketball stats, and tinker with HTML. And in the meantime, they produce the best college online news site in the world.
BYU CLUB SPORTS: FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME A high school senior in Overland Park, Kan., Chad Deshler was regarded as one of the top prep soccer players in the nation. A gaggle of collegiate programs, most notably Notre Dame, recruited him and offered him athletic scholarships.
NEW DEAN OF GRADUATE STUDIES Bonnie Brinton, professor of audiology and speech-language pathology, has been appointed dean of graduate studies at BYU.
SPEAKER'S NOTES The following is an excerpt from "The Lord Thy God Shall Lead Thee By The Hand," a devotional address given by Janet S. Scharman, dean of students, on Dec. 1, 1998, in the Marriott Center.
"GO FORTH TO SERVE" Elder Henry B. Eyring is Church commissioner of education and a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. This article is adapted from an address given at BYU commencement exercises April 23, 1998.
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.