5 ways BYU students can survive finals


It’s the home stretch of the semester, so here are some activities on campus and around Provo to keep you motivated until you finish that last final exam.

Eat a sweet treat. 

Take a break from studying to devour a sundae at Rockwell Ice Cream Company or a slice of cheesecake at The Mighty Baker.  

Biscoff Cheesecake from The Mighty Baker. (Theresa Davis)








Go to the Museum of Art.

Check out a unique collection of prints from artists like Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol at the MOA’s Print Study Room from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every day.

Museum patrons can view the exhibits on the main floor, or explore the print study room downstairs. (BYU Museum of Art)

Catch a concert.

Provo’s music scene has great options to keep you powering through the semester. Buy tickets to see Mat Kearney at the WSC on April 12.

BYUSA is hosting Mat Kearney for an end-of-the-year concert on April 12 in the WSC. (Photo Courtesy BYUSA)

Attend a BYU game.

Rise and shout for Cougar spring sports. The undefeated rugby team has several games left to play at South Field. Also, BYU’s mustachioed baseball team makes quite a show of America’s pastime on Miller Field.

BYU’s Rugby team gathers for a huddle before a game. (Davey Wilson)

Play with puppies at the Provo Spring Festival.

This free festival will be at Rock Canyon Park on Saturday, April 16. Activities include bike riding, eating at food trucks, listening to live music, doing yoga and petting puppies. That’s right. Puppies.

Petting puppies is one of the activities at the 2016 Provo Spring Festival. (Theresa Davis)
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