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The Chicago Times of June 28th says-- "A son of Brigham Young has graduated from the military academy at West Point, standing third in his class.
Cox had been a part-time police dispatcher for the Brigham Young University Police Department for two years.
5 -- color) North Hollywood High School student Raialin Broeske will be attending Brigham Young University's Idaho campus in the fall.
in Russian from Brigham Young University, graduating summa cum laude.
LOUIS, April 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- $10,000 in prize money goes to the student team from Brigham Young University-Hawaii (Laie, HI) that was named the 2015 Enactus United States National Champion Thursday night at the Enactus United States National Expo at America's Center in St.
Mary Jane Woodger (associate professor of Church history and doctrine, Brigham Young University) presents Gifts of Self-Esteem: Obtaining Spiritual Gifts and Strengthening Self-Perception, a guide to finding happiness through one's own spiritual gifts, especially the trinity of faith, hope, and love.
Stubbert received a bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University.
Heath (counseling, psychology and special education, Brigham Young U.
BONNIE BRINTON ANDERSON, PhD, is an assistant professor of information systems, School of Accountancy and Information Systems, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.
Sources said relations between Chow and Sarkisian also soured because of recent developments, even though Chow coached Sarkisian at Brigham Young and hired him at USC in 2001.
Emerson College (MA), Brigham Young University (UT), and Ohio State University are just a few of the institutions that currently use CameraMan cameras.
Oregon's men's tennis team improved to 2-0 in dual meets with a 5-2 victory over Brigham Young at the UO Indoor Tennis Facility on Thursday.