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Microfossils Reveal Ancient Botany, Plant Use

Microscopic fossils, called phytoliths, form inside wheat plants. BYU's Terry B. Ball is an expert on classification.

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Maren Hendershot: Crowd Pleaser

Henderhorse, as her teammates call her, is full of unbridled enthusiasm.

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Room 27

The efforts of student employees often go unnoticed in the grand scheme of making BYU tick.

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Helping Hands: A Century of Industrious Students at BYU

Students have provided much of the effort necessary to keep the BYU machine running.

Renovated and Renamed Student Center Rededicated
Winter 1999
Within the walls of great structures, the spirit of BYU can be felt by all.
Professor Makes Noise with Active Control
Fall 1999
Sommerfeldt, an associate professor of physics, is at the forefront of active noise control research.
Singers Harmonize in Carnegie Hall, Across Cultures
Fall 1999
The 42-member choir is BYU's elite choral group spreading the joy of music all over the world.