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Homegrown Authors

Homegrown Authors

By Palak Jayswal, Arts Editor July 25, 2018

It seems as if the greats of the world always come from big cities like Los Angeles, New York or London. No matter the craft they choose, one of these three cities can provide them with the best environment...

Ultimate Showdown: Books vs. Movies

Ultimate Showdown: Books vs. Movies

By Jaycen Eggleston July 24, 2018

The most exciting and potentially disappointing phrase ever uttered is, “They’re making that book into a movie.” From classic works to whatever is highly popular at the time, tons of movies are based...

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Remember Your First Love in “Love and Other Words”

By Palak Jayswal, Arts Editor July 7, 2018

The power writing duo behind Christina Lauren is back with their newest release, “Love and Other Words." They’ve categorized their newest work as a piece of “adult fiction,” but that doesn’t...

Fanfiction: A Terribly Underappreciated Art

Fanfiction: A Terribly Underappreciated Art

By Palak Jayswal, Arts Editor June 28, 2018

The simple word “fanfiction” causes people to scrunch their noses in distaste. Yet many people in this age don’t even know what that word means or refers to. That in and of itself is a shame because...

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Summer 2018’s Most Anticipated

By Palak Jayswal, Arts Editor June 17, 2018

Summer is the best time for new releases in all forms of media. Spring closes out with awards shows coming and going, so it’s time to start a new year of entries. Whether it is music, movies, books or...

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“I Have Lost My Way” Loses Its Own Way

By Palak Jayswal, Arts Editor June 11, 2018

Bestselling author Gayle Forman’s latest young adult novel, “I Have Lost My Way” falls short on her list of works. In a sense, it isn’t as striking as her other books, but it is important. A commonality...

Reid Moons Rare Book Shop in Provo, UT.

Find Magic at Moon’s Rare Books

By Jaycen Eggleston May 9, 2018

Though most libraries and bookshops don’t encourage the suspension of disbelief in quite the same way as the magical libraries Disney creates, Moon’s Rare Books in Provo is full of a magic all its...

Cap and Gown with 18 School of Humanities tassle in Salt Lake City, UT on Tuesday, April 10, 2018

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Pursuing Dreams Over High Salary Degrees

By Madge Slack April 23, 2018

Many students entering college and even those well into their degree are plagued by the question: Am I in the right major? Business, science, humanities, they all have stigmas attached. Business majors...

A collection of fridge poetry magnets

How to Celebrate National Poetry Month (NaPoMo)

By Alina Hansen April 13, 2018

The month of April is officially National Poetry Month, a whole month dedicated to celebrating poetry. National Poetry Month (or NaPoMo) became official in 1996 through the Academy of American Poets after...

De-bunking Banned Books

De-bunking Banned Books

By Jaycen Eggleston March 16, 2018

There’s something about the books we chose to read throughout our childhoods and the ones we were forced to read in high school English classes that stay with us in odd ways as we age. We often recognize...