The first of Snow College’s planned United States Historical War Era Seminars, focusing on the Civil War, took place during Snow College’s 125th anniversary year.
as long as they’ll take a picture with him and send it back to Snow College to be proudly displayed on the College’s website. Buster has already traveled to some pretty exotic places like Thailand, Congo, Hawaii, and Nepal, and will likely surface in many other countries around the world. Snow College boasts alumni from around the world, and Buster would like to visit them wherever they may be. Please contact Marci Larsen by calling (435) 283-7013 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to borrow Buster for your next trip!
Join the StoryCorps! Faculty, staff, and other volunteers are ready and willing to help you record your Snow College memories as a part of the 125th Anniversary StoryCorps. David Allred, English faculty member and Honors Program director; Rosie Connor, director of philanthropic initiatives and partnerships; and other faculty and staff volunteers continue to reach out to Snow College alumni, faculty, emeriti, donors, and friends of all backgrounds and ages, to record, share, and preserve brief stories of their Snow College experiences. Portable recorders are available to capture these “Badger Bytes.” Short excerpts from the interviews will be made available for public and electronic presentation, including an anniversary book and accompanying CD. Doug Barton, Snow College alumnus and owner/operator of Mid-Utah Radio, has agreed to feature some of these stories on the radio. Don’t be shy, and come be a part of the StoryCorps! For more information, please call (435) 283-7060 or visit the 125th Anniversary website at www.snow.edu/125.
Homecoming at 125 If you’ve ever felt that need to return for Homecoming at Snow College, this year will definitely be an exciting one, so make that road trip! Events begin Friday, September 27, with a special concert: “Spies in the Night: The Music of James Bond,” at 7:00 p.m. on the Heritage Plaza. In addition to the 5k at 7 a.m. and the parade at 10 a.m., a big tailgating party is in the works for Saturday, September 28, at 11:30 a.m. After the football game, which starts at 1 p.m., there will be a reunion barbecue at 4 p.m. The Suites at Academy Square will be available for lodging to interested alumni who wish to come down for the celebration and stay. This beautiful, new housing unit is like nothing Snow College has had before. With its exercise and gaming areas, large windows, and balcony, the Suites is the place to be if you like to exercise, play games, or just sit and relax while overlooking Ephraim and the Snow College campus. For more information, visit the Homecoming website at http://snow.edu/alumni/homecoming.html.
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