17 unique experiences BYU students can relate with

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1. Visiting local hot springs late at night.

 

Ogden Hot Springs offers the public a place to relax and enjoy the winter season while staying nice and warm. (Photo courtesy of UtahOutdoorActivities.com.)
Ogden Hot Springs offers the public a place to relax and enjoy the winter season while staying nice and warm. (Photo courtesy of UtahOutdoorActivities.com.)

2. Being at Macey’s at 7:30 p.m. when they announce, “all donuts are now 25 cents.”

 

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@grace_hansen: Really? #byu #provo5a #provo #efy #breakfast #captincruch #donut #whatthewhat

3. Being told by Allegiant Airlines that your flight is delayed/cancelled.

 

A passenger was pronounced dead upon the arrival of a United Airlines plane at the Salt Lake City International Airport. (AP Photo)
A passenger was pronounced dead upon the arrival of a United Airlines plane at the Salt Lake City International Airport. (AP Photo)

4. Visiting Squaw Peak to “admire the scenery.”

 

Squaw peak on an overcast day. (Photo by Trent Christiansen)

5. Walking into class and it’s sunny, and then walking out 50 minutes later and it’s snowing.

 

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6. The refs costing you a precious BYU intramural t-shirt.

 

BYU intramural referee Joshua Jamias signals a personal foul to the scorer's table during an intramural basketball game. (Photo by Chris Bunker)
BYU intramural referee Joshua Jamias signals a personal foul to the scorer’s table during an intramural basketball game. (Photo by Chris Bunker)

7. Knowing a freshman with too much money on his or her meal card that feeds you.

 

ID card. (Photo by Trent Christiansen)
ID card. (Photo by Trent Christiansen)

8. Walking down center street and wondering where all the crazy people come from.

 

A group of people eat at Rocco's Tacos on Center Street in Provo on a summer evening. Photo by Chris Bunker
A group of people eat at Rocco’s Tacos on Center Street in Provo on a summer evening. Photo by Chris Bunker

9. Never winning any BYU-held contest.

 

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10. Being at a basketball/football game where the refs cost BYU a win.

 

Tyler Haws drives against a Portland defender during the first half of the triple overtime loss on Thursday in Portland. Photo courtesy AP Photo/Greg Wahl-Stephens.
Tyler Haws drives against a Portland defender during the first half of the triple overtime loss on Thursday in Portland. Photo courtesy AP Photo/Greg Wahl-Stephens.

11. Thinking someone in your class is attractive … until you see a ring on their finger.

 

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12. Talking with roommates about taking a weekend Vegas trip and never actually going.

 

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Mag cover. Property of The Universe.

13. Having that roommate who is way too comfortable with his/her boyfriend/girlfriend and either never leaves the apartment or is never home.

 

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14. Seeing attractive, single people in your class and wondering why they never live in your apartment complex.

 

Alpine Village, an apartment complex in Provo, is the first to receive Google Fiber as it rolls out in its debut. (Photo by Natalie Stoker.)
Alpine Village, an apartment complex in Provo, is the first to receive Google Fiber as it rolls out in its debut. (Photo by Natalie Stoker.)

15. Knowing someone who works at Vivint.

 

Todd Pedersen, co-founder and CEO of Vivint, was named 2013 Entrepreneur of the Year by MountainWest Capital Network on Feb. 21. (Photo courtesy Vivint)
Todd Pedersen, co-founder and CEO of Vivint, was named 2013 Entrepreneur of the Year by MountainWest Capital Network on Feb. 21. (Photo courtesy Vivint)

16. Talking with people about how glad you are that you don’t attend BYU—Idaho.

 

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17. Walking out of the testing center too scared to look at your score after waiting for three hours to take your final.

 

Students wait in line outside the Testing Center. At one point the line reached to the Brimhall Building.
Students wait in line outside the Testing Center. At one point the line reached to the Brimhall Building.
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