Tickets are still available for BYU's 2014 BYU Women’s Conference, the largest two-day gathering of women of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Thursday and Friday, May 1-2. This year’s theme, “For the Lord God is a sun and shield; the Lord will give grace and glory: no good thing will he withhold from them that walk uprightly,” comes from Psalm 84:11.
The Utah Transit Authority new prepaid, reload able electronic FAREPAY card are now available for purchase at the BYUstore. Riders have a more convenient way to pay their fare with the prepaid, reloadable FAREPAY card. No more carrying exact change or waiting at the ticket machine. Simply load money to your FAREPAY card, tap it on a card reader and ride UTA. Cards can be purchased at the BYUstore Service Desk and also in the CougarTech department
“We’ve found that many riders love the flexibility and convenience that FAREPAY cards provide,” said UTA General Manager Michael Allegra. “We hope that (offering) this promotion will encourage even more UTA riders to try FAREPAY.”
Launched last October, FAREPAY is UTA’s new electronic, reloadable fare card. Riders can load the card with any amount of money between $5 and $500. Value is subtracted from the card each time a rider taps on and off a bus or train. The cards are designed to simplify riders’ commutes by eliminating the need to carry cash or wait in line at ticket vending machines.
The Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum at Brigham Young University is re-opening after a two-year renovation project, featuring a 32,400 square foot expansion and new exhibits.
Lee J. Glines has been appointed dean of the BYU Division of Continuing Education effective July 1, 2014. He replaces Wayne J. Lott who is retiring after serving for 40 years at BYU, six years as dean.
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