Ok, it's been so long since you've heard about new babies of BYU that some of these kids are nearly ready to be freshman. Still, it's not too late to introduce you to the newest members of the BYU community. Congratulations to our colleagues on their new bundles of joy.
Michael MacKay (Religious Education) and Sara MacKay, girl, born March 24, 2016.
Nicholas Frederick (Religious Education) and Julie Frederick, girl, born March 11, 2016.
Jeremy Warner (BYU Broadcasting) and Catey Warner, boy, born March 3, 2016.
Mike Beck (Continuing Education) and Aprilyn Beck, boy, born February 19, 2016.
Jared Griffes (OIT Infrastructure Services) and wife, Shayla Griffes, girl, born January 27, 2016.
Anthony Sweat (Faculty, Church History and Doctrine), and wife, Cindy Sweat, boy, born January 22, 2016.
Matthew Hyde (Especially For Youth Programs) and wife, Bergen Hyde, boy, born January 18, 2016.
Jason Hermann (OIT Application Development) and wife, MaShay, girl, born January 18, 2016.
Amber Collins (Advisement Center) and husband, Russell Collins, boy, born January 2, 2016.
Adam P. Anderson (BYU Broadcasting) and Holly Anderson, boy, born December 30, 2015.
Michael Newell (BYU Laundries) and Harvest Newell, girl, born December 13, 2015.
Martina Huntington (University Accessibility Center) and AJ Huntington, girl, born December 5, 2015.
Stephen Meek (BYU Broadcasting) and Whitney Call Meek (BYU Broadcasting) boy, born December 3, 2015.
Spencer Linton (BYU Broadcasting) and Brittany Linton, boy, October 29, 2015.
Mike Holdaway (OIT Infrastructure Services) and Megan Holdaway, girl, born October 19, 2015.
Andrea Workman (Registrar's Office) and Trent Workman, girl, born October 9, 2015.
Jared Shores (BYU Broadcasting) and Lindsay Shores, girl, born August 18, 2015.
BYU and the U.S. Air Force have entered into a five-year agreement that formally authorizes faculty and students to work side by side with Hill Air Force Base personnel on Department of Defense research.
BYU President Kevin J Worthen and his wife, Peggy, kick off the semester this fall. The following weeks' speakers include leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, BYU employees and industry leaders and thinkers.