I'm not sure if people use this website to hunt this sort of advice often, but I read another article that helped a fair amount; it just wasn't specific enough.
I'm from England, I'm in my second year of college which I think is the same age as being in your last year of High School (17/18).
I do quite a few extra curricular activities, nothing extreme or majorly extraordinary. Kiickboxing is probably the most abnormal of the lot.
My Dad gave me the idea of going to BYU just a few weeks before we started the University Application process in England. Therefore loving this idea I pinned all hopes on it assuming if I didn't get in, I could apply after my mission and so on.
Does anybody know anything about the new Craigo's pizza restaurant that recently opened up. I know there is one in Rexburg, ID...but I know there is one in Colorado City, AZ as well.
Which brings me to my question.
I've read a blog and heard a few rumors that this business was owned by Polygamists, but that's all it was. A blog and some rumors (can't remember where the blog is now).
I've been to Colorado City a few times for a drive while I was staying at Zion National Park and I can confirm that there is a Craigo's pizza there (best pizza in the west actually, lol. And it is operated by Polygamist Women). But I can't confirm it's the same exact business.
I'm not going to boycott or protest in front of Craigo's or anything crazy, but I may decide to not eat there if this is the case.
So does anybody know anything?
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I am the same Timsierramist who earlier asked about apartments in the Provo area. Much to some of your dismay, I have chosen King Henry Apts for my dwelling most of the school year, with a small gap in July to stay at the Sparks II apartments (I get out of the military in late June and King Henry doesn't accept Fall tenants until late August).
Anyways, that's neither here nor there, on to the question of this post.
Even eight years after returning to the United States, the view of Jerusalem’s Old City from the top of the Mount of Olives remained vivid in author Erin Tolman’s mind, as did the sound of gunfire and sirens which marked the beginning of the Second Intifada in September 2000. Unable to let the memories remain only in her journal, Tolman wrote a series of thirty-eight vignettes describing her semester as a student at the Brigham Young University Jerusalem Center for Near Eastern Studies and titled the collection A View of Jerusalem.
A View of Jerusalem begins on September 29, 2000 when Palestinian rioters and Israeli police clashed in the Old City and sparked a brutal conflict which lasted for years. While Tolman and the other 175 students at the Jerusalem Center remained safe during the following two months, their study abroad experience changed dramatically at that point.
This Saturday BYU and the U throw it down in, perhaps, the biggest game of the year.
Just what is ridding on this game? Everything!
1. The University of Utah needs a win to go to conference.
2. If BYU wins they break the U's winning streak.
3. TCU beat BYU, and the U beat TCU. If BYU beats the U, the inadvertently pull up from their game with TCU.
4. BYU and the U are rivals!
5. Amid everything, BYU has managed to beat the U the past two years.
So, now I ask, who is going to win? Come on people, I wanna hear what everyone has to say.
Who will win this Saturday?
I've scouted out housing during my "College Tour 2008" trip here in Provo, Utah. And i've come to only 2 apartments I want to live at but can't decide between.
The Branbury & The King Henry Apartments.
I really like the river and forest next to Branbury but the cool clubhouse and "guarunteed" social life at King Henry can't be missed either. Both are about the same distance from BYU.
King Henry is more expensive but includes some utilities while Branbury is cheaper but makes you pay all you pay all your own.
SO I leave it up to you to help me decide. Which should I choose and why? Please help!