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Patience: The He-Man Hurts All Men

Patience: The He-Man Hurts All Men

By Alisa Patience

January 22, 2018

When you hear the world “masculine,” what do you think? Do you think of Thor, the God of Thunder? Do you think of professional wrestlers who make it their jobs to be strong? Does Clark Kent take off his glasses and jacket and fly through your frontal lobe? The traditional male body image is just...

Headache School at the U Aims to Help Those Suffering From Migraines

Headache School at the U Aims to Help Those Suffering From Migraines

By Jacqueline Mumford

January 18, 2018

The University of Utah Department of Neurology partnered with the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation to establish a headache outreach program at the U. The Headache School offers individuals suffering from chronic migraines and their families assistance in both alleviating and coping with the disease. The...

Patience: Prioritize Healthy Eating Over Dieting

Patience: Prioritize Healthy Eating Over Dieting

By Alisa Patience

January 16, 2018

One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions people make is to lose weight. People do this by working out, going to the gym, but most often by going on diets. Unfortunately, most people don’t understand the difference between healthy eating and dieting. I don’t mean diet in terms of the series...

Jensen-Coon: Healing: A Doctor’s Prescription or A Body’s Inscription?

Jensen-Coon: Healing: A Doctor’s Prescription or A Body’s Inscription?

By Kelcy Jensen-

December 4, 2017

Are pills and surgeries the only way to become healthy when ailment knocks on our doorstep? We talk to our doctors about our symptoms, and almost every time they prescribe us a drug to get rid of them or lay us out on a cold table. It feels these are only the solutions. Prescribing drugs is part of a...

Foglesong: What You Can Learn From Alaska

Foglesong: What You Can Learn From Alaska

By Samuel Foglesong

December 4, 2017

Alaska has always been a place that captures the imagination of the intrepid, the untouched wilderness of the great north has inspired some of the greatest art and adventures in human history. My two years in Alaska was perhaps not as wild as Alexander Super Tramp or Jack London, yet my trips into the...

Patience: Drop This Semester Like A Bad Habit

Patience: Drop This Semester Like A Bad Habit

By Alisa Patience

December 4, 2017

Another semester has come and gone, bringing us that much closer to graduating. But in the spirit of the new year, we can all stand to let go of some habits that made the semester just a little bit harder, and pick up some habits that will hopefully make next semester a bit easier. The first habit...

Foglesong: Embrace Your Inner Weirdness

Foglesong: Embrace Your Inner Weirdness

By Samuel Foglesong

November 28, 2017

Humans, especially Americans, pride themselves on having freedom in all areas of our lives: from choosing whom to vote for, all the way down to deciding what to eat for breakfast. It is shocking, then, to realize just how many barriers and obstacles there are in our lives that prevent us from living...

Braden: Doomsday Clock Ticks 30 Seconds Down to Nuclear War

Braden: Doomsday Clock Ticks 30 Seconds Down to Nuclear War

By Paul Braden

November 27, 2017

Measures that increase national defense capabilities have evolved in both strength and scale since the birth of borders and the wars that aim to maintain them. The power of a country’s people has historically been gauged by the size of its army or the capacity of its naval fleet. This...

Braden: SLC’s Dirty Little Secret

Braden: SLC’s Dirty Little Secret

By Paul Braden

November 20, 2017

Salt Lake City has been described by visitors as a medium-sized, exceptionally clean and perhaps suspiciously friendly city. It offers a lower than national-median cost of living, and it provides unparalleled access to some of the best skiable acreage and other natural resources in the country. A...

Williams: Yoga Isn’t Just for Tea Drinkers and Trend Seekers

Williams: Yoga Isn’t Just for Tea Drinkers and Trend Seekers

By Brook Williams

November 19, 2017

If you have ever seen prison shows such as those provided on Netflix, you should be familiar with the violence common amongst prisoners, as well as security officers and guards. These shows display the brutal and abusive relationships between prisoners and guards, but this is not simply an issue isolated...

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