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Senior Showcase is back

The Senior Showcase is a semesterly event run by the Communication Department. The event will be on Nov. 17 from 3:30-5:30 p.m. in the BYU-Idaho Center. The keynote speaker, Maija-Liisa N. Adams, will present from 11:30-12:30 p.m. at the Manwaring Center Little Theater.

This event is a showcase of all the senior projects that the Communication Department students have been working on.

“This event is awesome it gave me my idea for my senior project,” said Kelsey Echols a student who has previously attended the event. “Everyone should go, not only do they give you refreshments but it’s super chill.”

The Senior Showcase has been happening at BYU-Idaho since 2014. To get a look at what Senior Showcase has looked like, check out this YouTube video from that from the 2014 event.

“We hope to have as many people as possible,” said Hailee Evans, event management team lead. “We are hoping for 400-500 people … After the event, we will have cupcakes as a refreshment.”

Come out, enjoy and get new ideas for a future senior project.

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