During the two-week hiatus when BYU students aren’t taking classes, thousands swarm the BYU campus for Education Week. Here are 11 signs that BYU’s campus has been commandeered by non-students.
And you thought EFY was bad.
1. RVs rule the parking lots.
When did BYU turn into an RV park? #EducationWeek
— Ryan Amy (@ryanamy) August 18, 2014
2. There are lost people with maps all over the place.
3. They are running low on fudge in the BYU Bookstore.
Or the mint brownies and ice cream. (Oh, sorry, it’s now the BYU Store.)
4. The Cougareat is crowded.
5. The Wilkinson Student Center is crowded.
6. The parking lots are crowded.
Oh wait, that’s not unique to Education Week.
7. Let’s face it, everywhere is crowded.
8. Expert campus-goers have rerouted their course for optimum travel time.
Unfortunately, that means walking a half mile out of their way.
9. Nights at the HFAC are hoppin.
This year’s performances include the SCERA’s “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” “An Evening of Music and Inspiration” and “William Joseph in Concert.”
10. You can’t get your favorite ice cream at the Creamery.
What do you mean you are out of Graham Canyon?!
11. There are random lines in buildings.
Not random, Marvin Goldstein is teaching that class.