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BYUSA welcomes students back to campus with week of activities

Brigham Young University Student Association is welcoming back students with hot chocolate in the mornings, recreation and food in the afternoons and a dance and movie Friday night Monday through Friday, Jan 5-9.

Each day throughout the week, BYUSA will host an activity at noon.

Monday: Free pizza at Brigham Square

Tuesday: “Sing for your Books” at the Wilkinson Student Center Terrace

Wednesday: Caricature artists and a live band at the WSC Terrace

Thursday: “Sing for your Books” at the WSC Terrace

Friday: “Sing for your Books” at the WSC Terrace

Students are also invited to attend a dance Friday at 8:30 p.m. and a free movie at 7 and 9 p.m. at the Varsity Theater, both in the WSC. Tickets are available at the WSC Information Desk.

For more information, visit byusa.byu.edu.

Writer: Angela Fischer

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