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Presidential Election Brings Sexism to Center Stage

Presidential Election Brings Sexism to Center Stage

October 20, 2016

The presidential election of 2016 will be remembered as a lot of things. It will be remembered as a race that brought political polarization to an unimaginable high. It will be regarded as a set of campaigns that brought out unprecedented anger and frustration on both sides. Most notably, it will be...

Change Starts By Believing

Change Starts By Believing

October 20, 2016

On Oct. 24, the U launched its 2016 It’s On Us campaign aimed at preventing sexual assault on campus. Sponsored by ASUU, the campaign is an effort to encourage students to gain a better understanding of sexual assault and violence and to do something about it when it occurs. More specifically, students...

“Buzz of Change”, Beehive State Votes Matter Now More Than Ever

“Buzz of Change”, Beehive State Votes Matter Now More Than Ever

October 18, 2016

There is a strong perception in this country that voting doesn’t really count or matter. Many believe that Democracy is dead and no matter where you put your support, elections will end the exact same way and your efforts will have been in vain. This is an explicitly American problem. Research has relentlessl...

The Perilous Teachings of LDS Maternity

The Perilous Teachings of LDS Maternity

October 10, 2016

Few things are emphasized as heavily in contemporary culture as the importance of getting an education. There's a reasonable justification for this fact: in today's increasingly competitive job market, earning a degree in higher education is one of the surest ways of impressing prospective employers...

Never too Old to Celebrate

October 9, 2016

As I’ve grown older and my life has progressed, I have learned a few things about being an adult. Bills are stressful, drinking is a great pastime and holidays are for children. I’ve accepted these first two pieces of wisdom, but the third one still bothers me. Why do festivities seem so much more...

Debate: Should Utah Ditch The “Ute” Nickname?

Debate: Should Utah Ditch The “Ute” Nickname?

August 29, 2016

[row cols_nr="2"] [col size="6"] Time To Lose Culturally Insensitive "Ute" Name Connor Richards Swoop was not the U’s first mascot. Before Swoop was adopted, it was Hoyo, a caricatured Native American child who wasn’t free of any ethnic stereotype. After Hoyo was retired, the Crimson Warrior took ...

Gov. Herbert’s Support For Trump Shows He Doesn’t Represent Utah

Gov. Herbert’s Support For Trump Shows He Doesn’t Represent Utah

August 24, 2016

On March 18, 2016, what would have otherwise been a normal Friday night in Salt Lake turned out to be anything but. Outside the Salt Lake City and County building, hundreds of people, a half dozen cameras and a single, golden-haired piñata stood in unison in intense anticipation of the arrival of the...

RSL Makes Good Move Reinstating Reporter’s Credentials

RSL Makes Good Move Reinstating Reporter’s Credentials

August 11, 2016

Real Salt Lake made headlines last week and not for a spectacular win or exciting trade. Rather, RSL was in the news because the franchise announced that Gordon Monson, a longtime sports columnist for The Salt Lake Tribune, would no longer be permitted to attend games or conduct post-game interviews, effect...

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