Parking in the dead of winter. The task is enough to keep you dreading the moment your alarm clock goes off interrupting the serenity of your sleep. Sadly, you cannot hibernate. You must emerge from the warmth of your covers and face the bitter cold as a warrior.
The 2008 UVU Alumni Awards took place during homecoming week and recognized seven nominated individuals who have continually supported UVU. “It’s a privilege to be able to honor these great individuals who have spent so much time and influence making a difference at the university,” said Jeri Allphin, director of the UVU Alumni Association.
Speaking on the topic of the current state of his home country Afghanistan, M. Ashraf Haidari addressed a crowded auditorium at the end of fall semester. Haidari is the counselor for political, security and development affairs at the Afghanistan embassy in Washington, D.