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Patience: What I’m Going to Miss About Utah

Patience: What I’m Going to Miss About Utah

By Alisa Patience

May 5, 2018

For many, this semester is their final semester at the University of Utah. There are several things those students will undoubtedly miss. I’ll be spending a semester in Florida for an internship, so I won’t be in Utah for a few months. I’m already stressed about the change and am taking the time...

Patience: Volunteering is About More Than Just Building Your Resume

Patience: Volunteering is About More Than Just Building Your Resume

By Alisa Patience

April 26, 2018

A wise man once said, “There’s no such thing as a selfless good deed.” That man was Joey Tribbiani, a beloved fictional character from the sitcom “Friends.” Throughout high school, students are encouraged to do as much community service as possible because it looks good on college and ...

Patience: Planet Earth Deserves a Fun Summer

Patience: Planet Earth Deserves a Fun Summer

By Alisa Patience

April 26, 2018

Happy Earth Day, and happy finals week. First of all, it's important to recognize that the biggest problems with the environment are not caused by individuals. They’re caused by big companies who use up resources and create factories and commission thousands of semi trucks to deliver their products....

Patience: BuC needs some TLC

Patience: BuC needs some TLC

By Alisa Patience

April 25, 2018

One of the most annoying things about campus this year is the seemingly endless construction. In almost every class you hear hammering and drilling and students have had to reroute their paths to class. But, I think we can all agree that one building in desperate need of some reconstruction is the Business...

Patience: Traditions We Need To Bring Back

Patience: Traditions We Need To Bring Back

By Alisa Patience

April 16, 2018

At least once in your life you will hear someone express that they were born in the wrong decade. While it may be true that in the twenty-first century the world is, for the most part, better off than it used to be, some will always long for the forgotten aesthetics of milkshake-sharing and poodle skirts....

Patience: Don’t Wear a Symbol Without Knowing What it Means

Patience: Don’t Wear a Symbol Without Knowing What it Means

By Alisa Patience

April 10, 2018

Every time I see someone wearing a pentagram or the triquetra I get excited and ask them if they're pagan, too, and the most common answers are “No, I just love 'Supernatural,'" or “I just thought it looked cool.” These are fine reasons to wear something, but you should at the very least know what...

Patience: Work Shouldn’t Come Before Health

Patience: Work Shouldn’t Come Before Health

By Alisa Patience

April 10, 2018

Every day, students arrive at school coughing and pale, obviously sick, yet they show up anyway, usually due to the fear of falling behind or losing class participation points. Most of us work in addition to going to school, and of course, we all hate that one coworker who calls in sick for work 10 minutes...

H2H: Who’s the Better Avenger?

H2H: Who’s the Better Avenger?

By Alisa Patience and Natalie Parkin

April 7, 2018

Iron Man Deserves More Credit By Natalie Parkin When it comes to the Marvel superheroes Iron Man and Captain America, the title of best Avenger has been a debate for a long time. Many argue Captain America, with his good heart and devotion to his friends and country is the best avenger. Others s...

Patience: Breaking Down Social Media

Patience: Breaking Down Social Media

By Alisa Patience

April 4, 2018

Students today may have a lot of disadvantages, such as the cost of tuition and rent and reputations of laziness, but we do have an important and wonderful advantage: social media. We are fortunate enough to be connected with infinite numbers of other students, to see events happening around the world...

Patience: Be Careful What You Argue

Patience: Be Careful What You Argue

By Alisa Patience

April 2, 2018

Professors and teachers, in general, don't always realize the effect they have on their students. They can be inspiring or dream crushing, and it doesn't take much effort to do either. It seems like because professors and teachers don't understand this, they sometimes say things without thinking at...

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