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Spring at Brigham Young University

Spring is a busy time on campus. Students and faculty are preparing for finals and graduation. Baseball, softball, soccer, and other sports are beginning to ramp up. Performing Arts groups are wrapping up Winter semester performances and beginning to think about Fall semester performances. The following images demonstrate that things haven’t changed much over the years.

The 1908 BYU baseball team.

Project LIFE (Living in a Free Environment), a project aimed at encouraging personal fitness through jogging and other physical activty, was launched in the spring of 1972 when President and Mrs. Dallin H. Oaks led the way for the students and faculty by jogging around the Smith Fieldhouse track.

An exciting development in the 1970s has been the presentation of the "World of Dance" program each spring, combining four dance groups in a staging of the full range of the world's dances.

The commencement processional headed to the Marriott Center in the 1970s.

If you have any questions about these images or the materials held in the University Archives, please contact the University Archivist at (801) 422-5821 or gordon_daines@byu.edu.

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