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limes j5T " volume 19 issue 20 31 January 1991 utah va'.!ey community college Wolverines leave Snow College Badgers out in the cbld. Chad Grunander Staff 'Writer The Wolverines struggled a bit, but cameout winning over their rivals the Badgers of Snow Col lege Photo by Brion Fish Saturday night. The men's team beat Snow College with good defense, and the three point shooting of Kevin Nixon. The women handed the Badgers a defeat with a strong second ,: half and tough rebounding. Men's game The wolverines relentless zone defense over powered the much sma Her Snow College team en-route to another victory in Saturday evening's game. The first half started with Kevin Nixon hitting four three pointers in a span of four minutes. UVCC went ahead 24 -S with 12:1 8 remaining in the first half. The Badgers See SNOW, page 10 4 34 i ft ' v UVCC students showed their school spirit by supporting Wolverine atheletics at last weekend's basketball games against the Snow College Badgers and the Dixie College Rebels. Students painted faces and attended a pep rally. Willy the Wolverine entertained the crowd. Spirit leaders danced at half-time and the band played on. (See related stories on page 10.) Rabbi answers questions with sermons of love and code of living Thomas Epting Assistant Editor "You ask a Rabbi a question and he will give you a sermon," said Rabbi Baruch M. Korff in an international forum at UVCC on Thursday, January 24 at 10 a.m. Korff "was reared in adversity. I was subjected to the most horrible circumstances in early life by war, bigotry, and hate." Korff, born in Russia, was left alone after his father came to America and his mother was killed by Bolshevik soldiers' gunfire while shielding her children. Korff was sent to Poland to study as a Rabbi and later survived the Holocaust. Despite many adversities in life, Korff preached a sermon of love for God and mankind. "All of us are created in the image of God. If I violate any of you , I violate God." Sharing his love for young people, Korff continued, "I get a blood transfusion every time I appear before young people." Korff evaluated the Arab-Israeli conflict, "If we separate those who wish to dominate one another, there is enough common ground to resolve differences." He counseled President Bush to listen to Barbara Bush for advice. "She has such feelings for things. She is a human being we want to emulate." Korff's explained his code of living with a story about a 90-year-old man in a hospi tal. The doctor explained to Korff the patient's imminent death, when Korff said, "But Doctor, you must know, a man lives forever or not at all." He continued to explain mankinds' interdependence, "We will survive together or not at all." Korff has lived a life of service rescuing thousands of Jews from Nazi-occupied countries. Several times he bargained for the lives of the Jews at $28 a person. Korff's service continued in America defending Richard Nixon and forming the National Citizen'sCommittee for Fairness to the Presidency with 230 chapters nationally. He has also worked with numerous world leaders. Korff is the 72 generation of Rabbi's in his family. The tradition extends 1,000 years before Jesus Christ's birth. After becoming intrigued with Utah and its people during his last visit, Korff arranged with Senator Orrin Hatch to make a second visit.
|Title||UVCC College Times, 1991-01-30|
|Description||The UVCC College Times was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Valley Community College from September 28, 1987 to June 23, 1993.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Valley Community College--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
|Source||College Times, 1991-01-30|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|