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Reloading season for BYU men's hoops

PROVO – With Eric Mika’s double-double against Princeton, the Brigham Young University men’s basketball team is headed into a reloading year. Men’s basketball Head Coach Dave Rose said the team is faster, stronger, and more unified as a group now than they were after their first game. He added, however, that they still have some work...
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Taysom turns heads, passes 9,000 total offensive yards

PROVO – The name, the myth the never-quitting monster: we know him as Taysom Hill. The touchdown from the Brigham Young University quarterback wasn’t the only moment of greatness against the Cincinnati Bearcats–he’s also etched his name in the school record books. He had a rocky start to the season, but his numbers show he’s...
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BYU students react to Trump's presidential win

PROVO – With 279 electoral votes, Donald Trump clinched the position of President on Tuesday evening. Reactions from Brigham Young University students on Trump’s status as President Elect have been mixed. Jared Lorimier, a Trump supporter, said that although he voted for the candidate, he was still upset. “It was a huge upset, we all...
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Mixed responses to Trump's education plans

PROVO – Between issues such as abortion and immigration, education took a back burner in the Presidential Election. Donald Trump didn’t have a stance on education until he announced a plan in early September to do away with Common Core. The President Elect said we spend more per student than most countries, yet our students...
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Cougars petition for a pool reconstruction

PROVO – Brigham Young University students and alumni from across the nation are making a splash about the future of the Richards Building pools by signing an online petition to keep the original plans from 20 years ago. “But we want to have our voices heard. You know, we want to bring to light the promise...
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BYU football fans experiencing emotional season

PROVO – Dedicated Brigham Young University football fans have been experiencing the highs and lows of the game. “I’ve never followed a season that has had as close of games as this year,” said football fan McKay Nilsson. The Cougars currently have a 4-4 record, and six of those boiled down to the very last...
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Injuries may be to blame for BYU's recent loss

PROVO – Brigham Young University football is going into a much needed bye week, giving their injured players time to rest and recover. The Cougars had hoped to win four games in a row before their only bye week of the season, but they returned home from Boise State with a 28-27 loss. Injuries could...
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Aphids swarm south end of BYU

PROVO – The insect problem on the south of campus at Brigham Young University has many students doing “the swat.” Students are walking around waving their hands in front of their faces as they avoid the swarms that occupy school routes. “My opinion on the gnats is that I hate them,” one student said. “I...
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BYU students hike and light Y Mountain

PROVO – As many as 1200 Brigham Young University students lined up outside the BYU Law Library on Tuesday night to hike and light the Y. Volunteers handed out 700 lanterns as BYU President Kevin J. Worthen and his wife led the students up the mountain for the 90-year-old homecoming tradition. “The students are the ones...
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National Women's Soccer Team wants the Hatch-Trick

PROVO — The U.S. Women’s National Team released their roster yesterday and Brigham Young University’s star forward Ashley Hatch was on it. She’s one of three current college soccer players to make the team. The All-American senior, nicknamed the “Hatch-Trick,”  is having a season to remember, tallying two hatch-tricks on the season and leading the entire nation...
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