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Top Ten reasons to stay at BYU
added Wed March 31 2004 at 10:59 PM
Most of you (if not all) have already seen this, but I figured it'd be good to include everybody in the discussion.

This is an actual email I received from BYU's official university communications:

There are good reasons to register NOW for Spring and Summer Terms.

Top Ten Reasons to Stay in Provo this summer:

10. Graduate early

9. Hike the Y—finally

8. Save on housing

7. Excel with a smaller course load

6. Observe the Perseid meteor shower

5. Stave off the hometown blahs

4. Polish off your GE requirements

3. Enjoy smaller classes

2. Study the West Nile virus

1. Meet your mate

Spring Term: April 27–June 18

Summer Term: June 21–August 12

Eliza already commented on people pursuing their MRS. Good and bad news is that you don't have to worry about me right now, because I don't even have my GF, so I can't apply to be accepted for the MRS program.

I guess I BS will have to do, even though that's not the number one goal of BYU.

mom says:
BYU does tend to be rather scarey in its goals. Especially when they print these lists! So much for educational goals and getting everyone graduated in 4yrs...unless you happen to meet your mate within the stated goal time!

Okay, now which of the listed reasons for staying over the summer are you checking off baby boy?
posted Sat September 23 2006 at 1:58 PM

Jo-Pete says:
Let's see... I'm not graduating early. I've already hiked the Y. I didn't even know about the meteor shower. I couldn't possibly care less about the west nile virus.

Looks like I'm here to: save on housing, enjoy a smaller course load, "stave off the hometown blahs," finish off my GE's, and take advantage of smaller course sizes.

Chances of the last one happening are slim to none, so I'm not worrying about it.
posted Sat September 23 2006 at 1:58 PM


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