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The Art and Art History Building on the Univeristy of Utah campus in Salt Lake City on Jan. 31, 2022.

The Underappreciation of Arts at the U

By Edie Raines, Copy Editor March 10, 2023

  If you were to ask anyone what the University of Utah excels at, you would certainly hear medicine, maybe engineering, and depending on how the season went, you might even be told football. But...

The University of Utah marching band performs during the San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl at SDCCU Stadium in San Diego, CA on Dec. 31, 2018.

The Marching Utes: A ‘Fun Uncle’ Family at the U

By Zach Anderson, Arts Writer March 10, 2023

  At every event, there is always an unsung hero — the stage crew in a rap concert, the lighting team in a play's production and, in this case, the marching band at every pep rally. Though many people...

Caroline Polachek Performs at Londons Roundhouse

Caroline Polachek’s ‘Desire, I Want To Turn Into You’ is a Stylistic Masterpiece

By Audrey Hall, Arts Writer February 20, 2023

  On Feb. 14, Caroline Polachek released her latest album, “Desire, I Want To Turn Into You.” Polachek started her music career in 2005 in a duo named “Chairlift” with Aaron Pfenning, but...

This Is Why (Courtesy Atlantic Records)

Paramore’s ‘This Is Why’ Shows The Trio’s Still Got It

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer February 15, 2023

  Paramore's latest album proves they’ve still got it — with energetic vocals and upbeat, pleasant tunes, “This Is Why” hits home and rarely misses. 'This Is Why' The album's title track,...

(Courtesy of the Utah Symphony)

Emmanuel Pahud Performs Mozart’s Magic Flute Fantasy: A Night of History and Performance

By Zach Anderson, Arts Writer February 8, 2023

  On Feb. 3 and Feb. 4, the Utah Symphony played with Emmanuel Pahud, the principal flute of the Berlin Philharmonic, at Maurice Abravanel Hall. They performed a collection of beloved classics,...

Honey Album Cover (Courtesy Grand Jury Music)

Samia’s ‘Honey’ is A Vulnerable Indie Pop Experience

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer February 3, 2023

  Samia’s third album “Honey” was released on Jan. 27. The singer’s latest brings home a moody blend of sadness, struggles and relationships overlaid with catchy melodies and hypnotically...

Boygenius during Rolling Stone photoshoot (Courtesy Rolling Stone)

The Rockin’ Ladies of Boygenius

By Eliza Delgado, Assistant Arts Editor February 2, 2023

  It’s been five years since indie supergroup Boygenius released their self-titled EP and now they are back with three new singles from their upcoming album “the record.” Boygenius Boygenius...

Kanye West at the Saint Pablo Tour on Sept. 5, 2016. (Photo via Jamielandis101 | CC BY-SA 4.0)

Arts x Arts: To Love or Not To Love? Separating the Art From the Artist

By Audrey Hall and Eliza Delgado January 2, 2023

  All throughout the world, there are many forms of art celebrated and loved by many. We find pleasure in our favorite songs, paintings, books, films, dance and fashion, but it raises the question...

Taylor Swift in Anti-Hero (Courtesy of Taylor Swift via YouTube)

The Best Songs of 2022

By Eliza Delgado, Assistant Arts Editor January 1, 2023

  It is the end of year, and you know what that means! With Spotify wrapped and Apple music replay released in November, it is now time to look back at the biggest hits of 2022. Here are some...

The Royal Ballet in Peter Wrights interpretation of The Nutcracker (2018) (Photo via Why The Royal Ballet love preforming The Nutcracker on YouTube)

‘The Nutcracker’ History and What We Can Learn From It

By Haley Freeman, Arts Writer December 25, 2022

  'Tis the season for our favorite holiday traditions. Starting Dec. 1, radios are tuned to holiday channels, homes are decorated with lights and nutcrackers, and Tchaikovsky is played in shopping...

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