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Saying Goodbye

Saying Goodbye

By Megan Hulse, Connor Richards, Kim Brenneisen, Emma Tanner, Justin Adams, and Dakota Grossman

April 25, 2018

Megan Hulse, Executive Editor The most common reaction I get when I explain my job is: “Oh my goodness, you’re just like Rory Gilmore!”   To that, I used to laugh, agree and move on with a small amount of shame, because I had a secret. Spoiler alert: I’d never actually made it to the part...

Tanner: Real Feminists Take The Check

Tanner: Real Feminists Take The Check

By Emma Tanner

April 21, 2018

We recently celebrated International Women’s Day, recognizing the fearless female trailblazers of the past and present to prepare the strong, progressive women of the future. There have been remarkable shifts in our modern social structures as many women have marched valiantly toward equality in treatment,...

Opinion Desk: Gun Control: Not an Issue for Congress to Face Alone

Opinion Desk: Gun Control: Not an Issue for Congress to Face Alone

By Nicholas Coleman, Connor Richards, Emma Tanner, Shaelyn Barber, and Paul Braden

March 9, 2018

Gun control has been a hot topic recently as gun violence and related tragedies have become more common. But as much of America’s cries for stricter firearm laws go unanswered, it makes sense to consider some potential regulatory options that don’t depend on Congress’s mandates. We’ve asked...

Park: Olympic Host Nations Should Learn from the Past to Improve Event Management

Park: Olympic Host Nations Should Learn from the Past to Improve Event Management

By Emma Tanner

March 1, 2018

The big run of PyeongChang has ended as of Feb 25. The world was enthusiastic over the Winter Olympics, and South Korea was excited to hold the worldwide event. A total of 2,900 athletes from 92 countries participated. International press commented that this Winter Olympics in PyeongChang was a success...

Tanner: Don’t Dwell On What You Deserve

Tanner: Don’t Dwell On What You Deserve

By Emma Tanner

January 25, 2018

I was involved in a rather juvenile dispute with a stranger on social media my sophomore year of college. I remember sitting with my feet pressed to the side of my desk and my chair tilted back against my dorm bed. I ignored my roommate as she tried to get my attention and I instead feverishly tapped...

Letter to the Editor: Response to Groesbeck’s “DeVos Rescinds Obama-era Guidelines for Handling Campus Sexual Assault”

Letter to the Editor: Response to Groesbeck’s “DeVos Rescinds Obama-era Guidelines for Handling Campus Sexual Assault”

By Emma Tanner

October 25, 2017

Against the recent executive attenuation of Title IX's application on college campuses, Groesbeck is concerned about what this means for survivors of sexual assault: it means an implicit silencing of female victims by bolstering procedural protections around the accused. In addition, because the new ...

Opinion Desk: Drinking Safe and Sound

Opinion Desk: Drinking Safe and Sound

By Autumn Barney, Connor Richards, and Emma Tanner

October 1, 2017

The transition between high school and college is where many young adults are introduced to alcohol. Here are a few pieces of responsible advice from the opinion desk. Learning Your Limits As you go through college and start drinking, you will have those nights where you pass out, throw up and say,...

Tanner: Football Season Isn’t All Sunshine and Touchdowns

Tanner: Football Season Isn’t All Sunshine and Touchdowns

By Emma Tanner

September 8, 2017

Anticipation looms over campus as summer transitions into fall. Students and fans have waited months, not for colder weather, or new classes and exams, but for football season —the perfect start to the school year. For many students, faculty and fans, football is what makes fall semester bearable as summ...

Pac-12 Means Greater Credibility for U

Pac-12 Means Greater Credibility for U

By Emma Tanner

July 22, 2017

I’ve been a University of Utah fan as long as I can remember. Before I could so much as talk, I had Ute gear and merchandise hung up in my closet and scattered around my room. I was 15 when the U joined the Pac-12 — a conference that plays host to schools like Stanford, UCLA, Oregon and Arizona ...

H2H – Pride, Inclusivity, and Intersectionality

H2H – Pride, Inclusivity, and Intersectionality

By Emma Tanner

June 15, 2017

The Heart of Pride is All-Inclusive Emma Tanner The gay rights campaign, specifically gay marriage, has been one of the fastest moving, most successful human rights movements to date. Over the course of 50 to 60 years, people have fought for gay attraction rights and the decriminalization of same...

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