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Annual Unforum at BYU April 17

Brigham Young University’s annual Unforum, a fun-filled look back at the academic year, will take place Tuesday, April 17, at 11:05 a.m. in the Marriott Center.

The Brigham Young University Student Association will host the Unforum, which will be free and open to the public. It will not be broadcast.

Randy Skinner, assistant teaching professor of geology, will be this year’s master of ceremonies. The Unforum will include guest appearances and performances by Synthesis, Vocal Point, the BYU football team, the International Folk Dance Ensemble, the Dancers’ Company, Divine Comedy and Laugh Out Loud.

The Student Honor Association will also present awards to outstanding faculty and students at the event. The association will honor five Brigham Award winners, four Circle of Honor Award winners and two Amberly Rupp Award winners.

Writer: Elizabeth Kasper

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