BYU first university to win accounting award

BYU is the first university to receive the Institute of Certified Management Accountants (ICMA) Board of Regents Recognition Award. The award was given to BYU for its consistent support of and success on the CMA exam. The success can be attributed to BYU's IMA student chapter, the students' hard work, BYU's accounting program in general, and the quality of the accounting professors.


Tessa Taylor

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Utah Lake beach under warning after algae bloom

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Sydnee Gonzalez

Museum brings Mexican Mormon history to life

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New Provo theater will premiere original plays

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GENTRI singer reflects on successful run

BYU grad Brad Robins returns to Provo for a Covey Center show with his band, Gentri.