Update : 2019.06.07  Fri  No : 503
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Spotlight at HUFS
In Remembrance of Farrukh Muminov (1996-2019) and Mutal Yuldashev (1997-2019)

On May 9, 2019, a fire that started in the kitchen of an apartment in a residential building near the north entrance of the campus took the life of Farrukh Muminov of the Department of International Economics and Law ‘16 and severely injured Mutal Yuldashev, ‘16 of the same department. Mutal was moved to a hospital, where after fighting for his life, passed away on May 19, 2019. They were international students from Uzbekistan and irreplaceable members of the HUFS community.

The Argus expresses their deepest condolences to the friends and family of Farrukh Muminov and Mutal Yuldashev, wishing them only strength and courage to pull through these difficult times. There are no words that describe the sadness. The Argus grieves with HUFSans, and especially the international community, in solidarity. The empty space that forms when someone passes on is indescribably large. It is truly impossible to fill that void with words. Rest in peace, and may they forever live in our memories.

 


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2019.06.07  No : 503
 
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