If you want to arrange it, this world you can change it. -Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Due to the deprecation of BYU Domains, The 100 Hour Board is currently evaluating options moving forward. As part of this, the Board as it stands will be archived at the end of July. Those archives will be available at https://web.archive.org/web/*/100hourboard.org. (Intermittent snapshots at our previous domain are available at https://web.archive.org/web/2020*/theboard.byu.edu). Podcasts can be found by searching the archive for the "BYU 100 Hour Board" creator.

As part of this archival process, no questions may be asked after July 12th 2021, and all questions will be answered by July 19th 2021.

Due to the closure of the servers that host the Board, emails to Board writers on the theboard.byu.edu domain will also no longer function. Any writers that have emails saved through those addresses should consider personally archiving any emails they may want to keep before July 19th. While there may be a small chance that those inboxes may be available beyond that date, we are unable to guarantee that that will be the case.

Currently, the future of The 100 Hour Board has yet to be determined. All options are being considered, and once a final decision has been made, notice will be given on our Facebook and Twitter pages. We have also set up an email at 100hourboardmail@gmail.com so you can still contact us.

If you feel you have skills, time, or love to offer as we navigate the future of the Board, please contact us so we can chat about working together. We especially would love to hear from those with experience in business management, social media/marketing, communications, etc. We would also love to hear from those who have experience running a non-profit or not-for-profit organization.

While this isn't an ideal situation, we are incredibly grateful to all of those who have been a part of The 100 Hour Board since its inception as a physical Board. Readers, writers, editors, proofreaders, and webmasters have all made it an amazing community.

Please fill out this feedback form to help us envision new versions of the Board!

Unfortunately, no more new questions can be submitted from this point on.