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The Rights of Pregnant Women at the U

The Rights of Pregnant Women at the U

By Holly Vasic

April 16, 2018

While completing her undergraduate degree in nursing at the University of Utah, Elora Nelson would trudge uphill half a mile from the University Medical Center TRAX stop to the nursing school to attend class. During her pregnancy, getting to her seat became an especially agonizing experience. After the...

Small Steps for Success

Small Steps for Success

By Holly Vasic

January 15, 2018

Go to any gym this month and it will be packed, but if you return a few months later, it will basically be a ghost town. Broken New Year’s resolutions can be to blame, because every year we follow tradition and make a new one to break, again. Better planning may be the answer to a resolution you can...

Family Takes Center Stage for Moore

Family Takes Center Stage for Moore

By Holly Vasic

December 11, 2017

Professor. Performer. Newlywed. New mom. Choreographer. University of Utah adjunct professor Christine Moore brings a lot of life experience into the classroom. Moore was born and raised in Canada.  Her parents encouraged her to try different activities before she fell in love with dance. “They...

Hansen and Vasic: Top 5 Movies of 2017

Hansen and Vasic: Top 5 Movies of 2017

By Holly Vasic and Alina Hansen

December 6, 2017

Arts desk writers Alina Hansen and Holly Vasic discuss their Top 5 Movies of 2017. Alina Hansen 5. Logan (R) The final story of Logan (a.k.a. The Wolverine) in the X-Men/Marvel Universe. Logan takes place in the year 2029 a time where mutants are thought to be on the verge of complete annihi...

To Binge or Not to Binge? Episode 3: “Black Mirror”

To Binge or Not to Binge? Episode 3: “Black Mirror”

By Holly Vasic

November 24, 2017

"Black Mirror" will haunt you long after the last episode ends. Like a new-age "Twilight Zone," this satire television series — currently available to stream on Netflix — does not have to be watched in order. In fact, you can even skip some of the episodes, and you may want to. The thriller style...

Bandsintown Will Rock Your Concert-Going World

By Holly Vasic

November 24, 2017

Have you ever missed a concert you really wanted to see? Even worse, you didn't realize you missed it until your so-called friends post pics of the show on social media? Don't you wish they had an app for that? Well you're in luck, because they most certainly do. An app called Bandsintown keeps you up-to-date...

Sanity vs. Nutrition: Finding Balance During the Holiday Season

Sanity vs. Nutrition: Finding Balance During the Holiday Season

By Holly Vasic

November 23, 2017

The sugary, fatty carb-induced coma most Americans seem to find ourselves in post-Thanksgiving dinner is enough to make any dietician cringe. Allison Riederer — Assistant Professor of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology at the College of Health — has some suggestions to stay relatively sane and...

Clowning Around With Matthew Morgan

Clowning Around With Matthew Morgan

By Holly Vasic

November 16, 2017

Matt Morgan is headed back to Salt Lake City with his new project, The Petite Palace circus’s “Wonderland.” The University of Utah is the third place he landed to get an education, but the first one where he finished a degree after discovering his true passion. Morgan was raised in Sherman Oaks,...

The First Rule of White Rabbit Red Rabbit: Don’t Talk About It

The First Rule of White Rabbit Red Rabbit: Don’t Talk About It

By Holly Vasic

November 13, 2017

White Rabbit Red Rabbit, a play by Nassim Soleimanpour, is an emotional rollercoaster that might not be for you. The Stage Door series at Kingsbury Hall is an intimate arrangement with seating for about 100 on the actual stage.  A very different experience than being in the regular 2,000 seat venue....

Torres Takes Music to New Levels

Torres Takes Music to New Levels

By Holly Vasic

November 9, 2017

Seeing a band play at Kilby Court is a unique experience. The high school band in a garage vibe makes it feel like home for some music goers. Stickers and graffiti cover the walls inside and out. Vape and cigarette smoke fill the air in the courtyard and follow users inside the venue. The lingering smell...

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