125 years ago: The Brigham Young Academy continues to be homeless, and classes are held in a number of buildings, including the ZCMI warehouse.
100 years ago: The men’s 1912 basketball team completes an undefeated season and wins the state championship.
75 years ago: The university introduces a new class called Religion and the College Freshman that is designed to familiarize incoming freshmen with Latter-day Saint doctrine.
25 years ago: A special issue of BYU Studies celebrates the 150th anniversary of the beginning of missionary work in Great Britain.
5 years ago: Future star Jimmer Fredette (’11) sees his first playing time for the BYU men’s basketball team.
By J. Gordon Daines III (BA ’97), University Archivist
Web: Read more about BYU’s history on the University Archives blog at lib.byu.edu/sites/byuhistory.