By J. Gordon Daines III (BA ’97), University Archivist.
100 years ago: Harvey Fletcher (BS 1907) teaches BYU’s first course on vector analysis.
50 years ago: BYU archaeologist James A. Jensen discovers a triceratops skull while digging near Fort Peck Lake in Montana and brings the skull back to Provo.
25 years ago: BYU president Jeffrey R. Holland (BS ’65, MA ’66) receives the Torch of Liberty Award from the Anti-Defamation League for improving understanding between Christians and Jews during the establishment of the Jerusalem Center.
5 years ago: The student-produced animated short Pajama Gladiator receives the Producers’ and Viewers’ Choice Awards at the Nicktoons Network Animation Festival.
Web: Read more about BYU’s history on the University Archives blog at lib.byu.edu/sites/byuhistory.