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Draper Prepares for State Prison Move

Draper Prepares for State Prison Move

By Angelyn Ramos, News Writer

October 28, 2019

On the left of Porter Rockwell Boulevard in Draper, Utah stands a high school and a new community of homes, townhomes and businesses. Directly adjacent is the Utah State Correctional Facility. The facility contains both male and female units, as well as the state juvenile facility. Draper Mayor Tro...

A Landmark of Utah Women’s History is Competing for Grant Money

A Landmark of Utah Women’s History is Competing for Grant Money

By Hannah Keating, Arts Writer

October 23, 2019

From the outside, the Clubhouse on South Temple looks unassuming — an old prairie-style building with few distinguishing features, save one Historic Register plaque boasting its significance. Though it may not look like much, the building served as home to Salt Lake City’s own Ladies’ Literary...

Christopherson: The Parade of Homes Beautifully Masks the Realities of the American Dream

Christopherson: The Parade of Homes Beautifully Masks the Realities of the American Dream

By Nain Christopherson, Opinion Writer

September 23, 2019

Last week, my roommate arrived home in absolute awe from her day at the Salt Lake Parade of Homes. She’d spent hours sauntering through — in protective fabric booties, of course — some of the most beautiful homes in the valley, with Teslas and boats aplenty parked in the driveways of these gorgeous...

Utah Soccer Will Try to Make it Four Straight as They Tune Up for Pac-12 Play

Utah Soccer Will Try to Make it Four Straight as They Tune Up for Pac-12 Play

By Ethan Pearce, Sports Writer

September 19, 2019

The University of Utah soccer team is gaining some momentum. They are coming off two straight wins, and they will try to make that four this weekend before heading into Pac-12 play. Utah faces Butler on Friday and San Diego on Sunday in their last two tune-up games before starting conference play....

Annual VegFest Hits Salt Lake and Redefines ‘Veganism’

Annual VegFest Hits Salt Lake and Redefines ‘Veganism’

By Alison Myers, Arts Writer

September 18, 2019

It’s a bright and blue day at Library Square as a toasting sun warms one of the year’s last summer weekends. The festival has attracted a wide assortment of people from around the state. Looking around, a man passes in what resembles a NASA shirt, except it says "VEGAN" across it. Another woman joins...

SummerArts Piano Competition Provides Key Opportunities to Pianists

SummerArts Piano Competition Provides Key Opportunities to Pianists

By Hannah Keating, Arts Writer

June 17, 2019

  Held annually through the University of Utah's School of Music, the SummerArts Piano Competition acts as an opportunity for young pianists of the Salt Lake Valley to showcase their talents while providing a springboard for the brightest students to receive scholarships and perform with some of Utah...

Ultimate Campus Guide to Your Coffee Kick

Ultimate Campus Guide to Your Coffee Kick

By Hannah Keating, Arts Writer

May 15, 2019

  Moving to Salt Lake City means becoming a part of one of the nation’s highest-ranking hipster cities. Coming in just behind Portland and beating out Seattle and Spokane for the title in 2018, Salt Lake was recognized especially for the presence of coffee shops. Even The New York Times noticed...

“Pinkalicious” is Visually Captivating and Adorable

“Pinkalicious” is Visually Captivating and Adorable

By Hannah Keating, Arts Writer

December 5, 2018

Familiar holiday jingles now ring through every store, the glow of the neighborhood’s lights reflect across the snow and the air carries the undeniably festive smell of pine trees. Garb and decor fall into one distinct color palette, seen in the red holly and green ivy or silver and gold bells. Christmas...

Barber: Seven Staycation Suggestions

Barber: Seven Staycation Suggestions

By Shaelyn Barber

March 18, 2018

Spring break is quickly approaching and everyone is buzzing for a vacation. Instead of a costly trip outside of Utah, here are seven unique attractions to see within the state, from pyramids, to giant sculptures and ghost towns. The Spiral Jetty This unusual piece of artwork by Robert Smithson was cr...

Barber: Get Involved with Students for Choice

Barber: Get Involved with Students for Choice

By Shaelyn Barber

March 11, 2018

It’s all about taking charge of your own reproductive health, and Students for Choice at the University of Utah is here to help you do just that. “We believe in the fundamental rights of every individual, throughout the world, to manage his or her fertility, regardless of the individual's income...

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