Salt Lake City resident and Sudanese immigrant Akur Magour, center, mourns the life of Sudanese Vice President John Garang during a 2005 vigil in Salt Lake. Garang died in a helicopter crash on July 30, 2005. Riots between Muslims and Christians followed Garang's death, which dealt a heavy blow to the delicate peace deal worked out earlier that year.  (Tyler Sipe / Deseret Morning News)
       
     
 Detroit College of Law student David Glancy does a front flip from the IM-West diving platform in the summer of 2003 at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich.  (Tyler Sipe / The State News)
       
     
 Sister Mary Catherine Ryzewicz entertains a giggling infant at the St. Joseph Day Care Center in Jackson, Mich. Sister Catherine spent nine years studying to be a nun and says she made the decision to serve the Lord's people and his children.  (Tyler Sipe / Jackson Citizen Patriot)
       
     
 Stephanie Morgan, of Hattiesburg, Miss., surveys Hurricane Katrina damage to the Biloxi Bay Bridge in Biloxi, Miss. More than 100 miles of U.S. Highway 90 between Pascagoula, Miss. and New Orleans were destroyed by Katrina, including the Biloxi Bay Bridge, which connected the communities of Ocean Shores and Biloxi. (Tyler Sipe / Traverse City Record-Eagle)
       
     
 From left, Andrew Querciagrossa and cousin Robert Singler shield their eyes from morning sun while receiving marching directions for the Second Annual Military Appreciation March on Flag Day in June, 2005 in Salt Lake City. (Tyler Sipe/Deseret Morning News)
       
     
 Fred and Dorothy Korb pray prior to bed at their home in Traverse City, Mich. In 2006, the couple had their 65th wedding anniversary and said they pray for about 20 minutes every night and attend mass weekly. “We work together, play music together, pray together, and stay together,” Fred said. (Tyler Sipe / Traverse City Record-Eagle)
       
     
  Merchants in Seoul's sprawling Dongdaemun Market sell a variety of colorful fabrics and clothes at wholesale prices.  The market opened in 1905, and today is houses a collection of more than two-dozen shopping malls and some 30,000 specialty shops  .
       
     
 Salt Lake City resident and Sudanese immigrant Akur Magour, center, mourns the life of Sudanese Vice President John Garang during a 2005 vigil in Salt Lake. Garang died in a helicopter crash on July 30, 2005. Riots between Muslims and Christians followed Garang's death, which dealt a heavy blow to the delicate peace deal worked out earlier that year.  (Tyler Sipe / Deseret Morning News)
       
     

Salt Lake City resident and Sudanese immigrant Akur Magour, center, mourns the life of Sudanese Vice President John Garang during a 2005 vigil in Salt Lake. Garang died in a helicopter crash on July 30, 2005. Riots between Muslims and Christians followed Garang's death, which dealt a heavy blow to the delicate peace deal worked out earlier that year.  (Tyler Sipe / Deseret Morning News)

 Detroit College of Law student David Glancy does a front flip from the IM-West diving platform in the summer of 2003 at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich.  (Tyler Sipe / The State News)
       
     

Detroit College of Law student David Glancy does a front flip from the IM-West diving platform in the summer of 2003 at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich.  (Tyler Sipe / The State News)

 Sister Mary Catherine Ryzewicz entertains a giggling infant at the St. Joseph Day Care Center in Jackson, Mich. Sister Catherine spent nine years studying to be a nun and says she made the decision to serve the Lord's people and his children.  (Tyler Sipe / Jackson Citizen Patriot)
       
     

Sister Mary Catherine Ryzewicz entertains a giggling infant at the St. Joseph Day Care Center in Jackson, Mich. Sister Catherine spent nine years studying to be a nun and says she made the decision to serve the Lord's people and his children.  (Tyler Sipe / Jackson Citizen Patriot)

 Stephanie Morgan, of Hattiesburg, Miss., surveys Hurricane Katrina damage to the Biloxi Bay Bridge in Biloxi, Miss. More than 100 miles of U.S. Highway 90 between Pascagoula, Miss. and New Orleans were destroyed by Katrina, including the Biloxi Bay Bridge, which connected the communities of Ocean Shores and Biloxi. (Tyler Sipe / Traverse City Record-Eagle)
       
     

Stephanie Morgan, of Hattiesburg, Miss., surveys Hurricane Katrina damage to the Biloxi Bay Bridge in Biloxi, Miss. More than 100 miles of U.S. Highway 90 between Pascagoula, Miss. and New Orleans were destroyed by Katrina, including the Biloxi Bay Bridge, which connected the communities of Ocean Shores and Biloxi. (Tyler Sipe / Traverse City Record-Eagle)

 From left, Andrew Querciagrossa and cousin Robert Singler shield their eyes from morning sun while receiving marching directions for the Second Annual Military Appreciation March on Flag Day in June, 2005 in Salt Lake City. (Tyler Sipe/Deseret Morning News)
       
     

From left, Andrew Querciagrossa and cousin Robert Singler shield their eyes from morning sun while receiving marching directions for the Second Annual Military Appreciation March on Flag Day in June, 2005 in Salt Lake City. (Tyler Sipe/Deseret Morning News)

 Fred and Dorothy Korb pray prior to bed at their home in Traverse City, Mich. In 2006, the couple had their 65th wedding anniversary and said they pray for about 20 minutes every night and attend mass weekly. “We work together, play music together, pray together, and stay together,” Fred said. (Tyler Sipe / Traverse City Record-Eagle)
       
     

Fred and Dorothy Korb pray prior to bed at their home in Traverse City, Mich. In 2006, the couple had their 65th wedding anniversary and said they pray for about 20 minutes every night and attend mass weekly. “We work together, play music together, pray together, and stay together,” Fred said. (Tyler Sipe / Traverse City Record-Eagle)

  Merchants in Seoul's sprawling Dongdaemun Market sell a variety of colorful fabrics and clothes at wholesale prices.  The market opened in 1905, and today is houses a collection of more than two-dozen shopping malls and some 30,000 specialty shops  .
       
     

Merchants in Seoul's sprawling Dongdaemun Market sell a variety of colorful fabrics and clothes at wholesale prices.  The market opened in 1905, and today is houses a collection of more than two-dozen shopping malls and some 30,000 specialty shops.