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Published: Saturday, Feb. 25 2012 8:33 p.m. MST

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Rikitikitavi
Cardston, Alberta

Whenever our players are given the usual senior's recognition at season's end one certain quote comes to mind "if there is anything virtuous, lovely, or of good report or praiseworthy we seek after these things". This certainly applies to the huge majority of young men and women who are recruited to play at BYU. We can be justifiably proud of fine, courageous, principled BYU graduates who "enter to learn, and go forth to serve".

LifeU
MARIETTA, GA

My favorite Noah Hartsock memory: I'm sitting in a religion class a couple years ago and Noah gets up early in the class and is walking out. Obviously, with how big he is, he can't exactly sneak out unnoticed so the teacher kind of pauses and looks his way. Noah gets this grin on his face and says, "Gotta go, #2." The second he leaves, the class just busts up laughing. Little too much information! We'll miss you Noah!

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