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BYU Homecoming 2007 promises week of fun activities

Brigham Young University’s week of Homecoming celebrations will begin with a Tuesday Homecoming Devotional and end with a Saturday football game against Air Force. Wedged between will be reunions, student noonday activities, lectures, dances, free food, contests, performances, a parade, Cougar Run, a free pancake breakfast, a tailgate party and True Blue Football.

Homecoming is scheduled Sept. 18-22.

This year’s Homecoming theme, “Come Full Circle,” is inspired by an episode in the life of Karl G. Maeser, the honored founder for Homecoming 2007.

“Brother Maeser’s story about maintaining one’s integrity within the boundaries of a personally drawn chalk circle resonates as much today as it did more than 100 years ago,” explains John C. Lewis, chairman of BYU’s Homecoming committee. “At Homecoming we honor several people who have come full circle professionally, personally and spiritually. And we hope BYU alumni everywhere will round their personal circles by returning to their alma mater for a great Homecoming week.”

Tuesday, Sept. 18

11:05 a.m.: Homecoming devotional (Marriott Center)

Noon: BYUSA barbecue (Brigham Square)

6:30 p.m.: Hike and light the Y (meet at Hinckley Center)

Wednesday, Sept. 19

Noon: BYUSA noonday activities (Brigham Square)

4 p.m.: True Blue Football (Helaman Field)

Thursday, Sept. 20

11 a.m.: Honored Alumni Lecture Series (various locations)

Noon: BYUSA noonday activities (Brigham Square)

7:30 p.m.: Homecoming Spectacular (Marriott Center)

Friday, Sept. 21

All day: Alumni reunions (various locations)

Noon: BYUSA noonday activities (Brigham Square)

7:30 p.m.: Homecoming Spectacular (Marriott Center)

8:30 p.m.: Homecoming dances (various locations)

Saturday, Sept. 22

All day: Alumni reunions (various locations)

8 a.m.: Free pancake breakfast (various locations)

8:15 a.m.: Cougar Run kids’ races (BYU track)

8:45 a.m.: Cougar Run 5K (BYU track)

9 a.m.: Homecoming parade (starts in Marriott Center east parking lot)

1 p.m.: Football game vs. Air Force (LaVell Edwards Stadium)

8:30 p.m.: Homecoming dances (various locations)

For tickets and additional information, visit alumni.byu.edu.

Writer: Charlene Winters

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