The Dog Days of Summer
Regular activity was paw-sed for a time at the university on June 13th to celebrate the annual Dogs’ Day of Summer event. Founded by president Gordon T Smith a number of years ago – and even moving online during the pandemic – it is very pup-ular with dog owners on staff. As Dr. Smith has noted in the past, “[Dogs’ Day] is surely the high point in the academic calendar for those who understand the place of dogs in the economy of the Creator”. He offered complimentary chin rubs, head scratches and treats to the assembled canine companions before all present gathered for the fur-mal photograph to mark the occasion. The event was a bone-ified success, proving once again that a faithful friend can always turn around a ruff day….