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Police Beat: Aug. 24 – 31

BYU Fireworks Aug. 30 – Fireworks were set off near the Y Mountain Trailhead. Theft Aug. 26 – A bike was reported stolen from the Wymount Terrace bike rack. Aug. 28 – Hand sanitizer was reported stolen from the dispensers near the Brewster Building. Aug. 28 – A bike was reported stolen from the Wymount Terrace bike rack. Aug. 29 – A bike was reported stolen from the bike rack at Wyview Park. Aug. 30 – A bike was reported...

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Police Beat: April 28 – May 8

BYU Theft April 28 — A theft occurred at the Richards Building bike rack between March 5 and April 28. April 28 — A theft occurred at the Wyview bike rack around 8 p.m. on April 28. May 5 — A theft occurred at Wyview Park between May 2-5. Trespassing April 28 — Richards Building soccer field at 8:02 p.m. April 30 — Richards Building soccer field at 6:17 p.m. Criminal Mischief April 29 — A vending machine was...

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Readers’ Forum: 5/5/20

The textbook paradox Did you know that 80% of students work while in college, according to the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce? Not only that, they also found that tuition and fees at four-year public colleges and universities have risen 19 times faster than average family incomes since 1980. Families are failing to keep up with the finances, so naturally, manystudents are forced to work in order to receive...

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Utah lawmakers begin virtual sessions in wake of COVID-19 pandemic

By Marina McNairy and Decker Westenburg For the first time in Utah history, lawmakers will be convening while sitting at home during a historic all-virtual special session. The special session, which could last up to 10 days, will open on Thursday to address concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a news release from the Utah Legislature, some of the issues on the table will include “formally accepting federal...