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Photo Story: BYU Belong Concert

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The BYU Dean of Students Office hosted the "BYU Belong Concert" featuring performances from the BYU Cougarettes, Noteworthy, Vocal Point and David Archuleta at Helaman Fields. BYU Belong aims to help all students realize they belong at the university, inviting them to join in the community of caring here.

Sports

Universe Sports Talk – BYU/ASU Reaction, Allgeier Punch Fumble

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It's the first episode of Universe Sports Talk from The Daily Universe. Sports editor Caleb Turner (@calebturner23) and reporter Jackson Payne (@jackson5payne) run through the latest on BYU football, including the wild ASU game and what BYU fans should be looking out for in coming weeks.

BYU women’s soccer loses to Utah State to snap 4-game unbeaten...

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The No. 18 nationally-ranked BYU women’s soccer team faced the Utah State Aggies on Saturday, Sept. 18, losing 2-1 in overtime.

Metro

TikTok trend strips schools of supplies

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It's devious. It's dubious. It's devilish. It's vandalism. A new TikTok trend called, "devious licks" is stripping schools of clocks, soap dispensers, fire extinguishers, mirrors, toilets and more costing some school districts up to thousands of dollars.

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Life

FanX returns to Salt Lake after COVID-19 absence

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FanX, an expo of pop culture and Utah’s hub for all things geeky, returned to the Salt Palace Convention Center from Thursday to  Saturday after its 2020 cancellation because of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Free, discounted food and activities in Utah County

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There's nothing college students love more than free stuff. Luckily, Provo and Orem boast plenty of free and discounted options for students looking for a deal on local dining and activities.
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Brazil comes to Utah County

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Viva Brazil Cultural Center is holding the 17th annual Utah Brazilian Festival this Saturday.The festival will be from 1-7 p.m. at the University Place mall in Orem. It will kick off with a big samba parade followed by many activities. The festival will include traditional Brazilian food, live music and dancing. 

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