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.
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.
BYU Theatre Ballet recently stepped away from the stage and into the woods to film the classic ballet story “Giselle.”
“Thrifting” — shopping for clothes at second-hand clothing stores — has become a popular trend among college students. Savers, Deseret Industries, Plato's Closet and Lu's Resale Boutique are some thrift shops around Provo.
"1820: The Musical" is a new portrayal of the founding of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and captures the events through the main viewpoint of Emma Hale Smith, the prophet Joseph Smith's wife.George Nelson, director and playwright, said the musical utilizes the power of musical theater to bring new perspective of Joseph Smith to the world.