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Coleman: SLCo District Attorney Sim Gill Should Resign

Coleman: SLCo District Attorney Sim Gill Should Resign

By Nicholas Coleman

November 1, 2017

For those with loved ones afflicted by degenerative illnesses, the passing of former Salt Lake County (SLCo) Recorder Gary Ott on October 19, 2017, is particularly difficult. First elected as the SLCo recorder in 2001, Ott oversaw property records for local residents — to the tune of 190,000 dollars...

Coleman: How To: Accessing Philosophy

Coleman: How To: Accessing Philosophy

By Nicholas Coleman

October 19, 2017

Increasingly, students are being required to delve into the intimidating realm of philosophical writing. Once reserved for awkward intellectuals, the study has since become relevant in today’s age of rapidly shifting technology. At the University of Utah, many philosophy professors explore the unique ...

Coleman: Avoid Hasty Decisions After Las Vegas Massacre

Coleman: Avoid Hasty Decisions After Las Vegas Massacre

By Nicholas Coleman

October 4, 2017

There is no mistaking that the massacre in Las Vegas was an act of pure evil. Instead of allowing the country to mourn, politicians and public figures hastily used the incident to push their monotonous gun control narrative. However, legislating regulations on firearms in the immediate wake of Las V...

Coleman: Following Snowbird’s Lead in the One-Star Approach

Coleman: Following Snowbird’s Lead in the One-Star Approach

By Nicholas Coleman

September 27, 2017

Snowbird ski resort unveiled an eye-catching advertisement this week, featuring a one-star review from a wonderfully disgruntled patron named Greg. Unlike the hardy individuals who frequent the resort’s jagged slopes, Greg hilariously expressed, “I’ve heard Snowbird is a tough mountain, but this ...

H2H: How Should the U Respond to Planned Ben Shapiro Event

H2H: How Should the U Respond to Planned Ben Shapiro Event

By Nicholas Coleman and Connor Richards

September 19, 2017

The U Should Protect Free Speech Nicholas Coleman The nation is focused on the University of Utah, as Ben Shapiro will soon appear on campus. Hosted by the University’s Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) Chapter, Shapiro’s upcoming appearance has already affected discourse on campus. Those who ordin...

Coleman: CIS Redesign: Oversimplification Gone Awry

Coleman: CIS Redesign: Oversimplification Gone Awry

By Nicholas Coleman

September 12, 2017

Similar to boiling water that is so hot it actually feels cold, the University of Utah’s CIS portal redesign oversimplified the layout beyond the comprehensible limit. Instead of orderly links that could easily be minimized, students are presented with “intuitive” images. Administrative officia...

H2H: Is U.S. Military Involvement Necessary

H2H: Is U.S. Military Involvement Necessary

By Nicholas Coleman and Connor Richards

September 11, 2017

U.S. Intervention Extends Tragedies by Connor Richards While at the Fort Myer military base in Arlington, Virginia, in August, President Donald Trump announced changes to the United States’ military strategy in Afghanistan. The plan he announced is not promising for anyone hopeful of the U.S. end...

H2H: Does Donation Mean Obligation?

H2H: Does Donation Mean Obligation?

By Nicholas Coleman and Connor Richards

September 9, 2017

Donation is an honest investment By Nicholas Coleman Administrators at the University of Utah announced plans for a new academic institute after receiving $20 million from the Marriner S. Eccles and George S. and Dolores Eccles Foundation, $10 million coming from the Charles Koch Foundation. These...

The Importance of Applying

The Importance of Applying

By Nicholas Coleman

August 10, 2017

Before I begin explaining what ought to be an obvious concept, allow me to welcome you to the University of Utah. Aside from the overzealous parents, stressful application process, hours of orientation and figuring out how to file FAFSA, college is a fantastic experience. Although few of these stressful...

Dealing with Rejection in College

Dealing with Rejection in College

By Nicholas Coleman

July 22, 2017

The University of Utah is home to about 32,000 students at any point. For some undergraduates, life at a large university can be overwhelming. Although the U is known as a commuter campus, the presence of several thousand peers is certainly perceivable during the year. When the Utes stride into Rice ...

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