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Published: Wednesday, Jan. 15 2014 9:06 p.m. MST

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South Jordan, UT

I really appreciate the link to the donations page. For all the time Delynne spent teaching at BYU, she was never granted benefits.

Where's Stockton ???
Bowling Green, OH

I knew Delynne and Garth very well when they were graduate student assistants under Mary Bee Anderson. Delynne was my instructor for Folk Dancing several semesters. She was every bit as dedicated, gracious and fun loving as any person I had ever met. I enjoyed her friendship those four years I was with the BYU Folkdancers. It was great to touch base with her when the club had a reunion a few years ago and invited past members up on stage to participate in a performance. Many of us... her former students will miss her greatly.

idablu
Idaho Falls, ID

Really bad strain of H1N1 this year. Normally healthy people can and do die from this, young and old. Not to be trifled with. Did the Student Health Center hold a campaign to get all students and faculty vaccinated?

Get vaccinated. If for some reason you choose not to, start Tamiflu early with onset of symptoms.

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