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BYU Bookstore hosts Grad Fair June 29-30 for August graduates

The Brigham Young University Bookstore will be hosting the Grad Fair Tuesday, June 29 ,from noon to 6 p.m. and Wednesday, June 30, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The fair will be held on the upper level of the Bookstore.

Graduates can order their caps and gowns and view samples of graduation announcements, diploma frames and class rings prior to purchasing. Also, the Bookstore is providing brownies, cookies, freshly popped popcorn and the opportunity to win an iPod.

Cap and gown orders placed before midnight on July 10 will be discounted by $10. Graduates can place their orders at the fair or online at herffjones.com/college/byu.

No orders for caps and gowns will be taken between July 11 and Aug. 10. Students who miss the July 10 deadline will be able to purchase a cap and gown for full price at the Hinckley Center Aug. 11-13.

For more information, contact Deena Justice at deena_justice@byu.edu or by calling (801) 422-6140.

Writer: Brandon Garrett

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