By J. Gordon Daines III (BA ’97), University Archivist
125 years ago: Professor James E. Talmage’s (BD 1881) course on physiology and hygiene is the most popular on campus.
100 years ago: Eugene L. Roberts (ND 1916) inaugurates the Timpanogos Hike, an annual tradition that lasted through the early 1970s.
25 years ago: The Earth Science Museum opens, showcasing a dinosaur from the late Jurassic period.
10 years ago: After winning the conference tournament, the women’s basketball team makes it to the NCAA Sweet 16 for the first time.
Read more about BYU’s history on the University Archives blog at lib.byu.edu/sites/byuhistory.