Book Reviews for You: End of the Past by Bonn Turkington

Book Reviews for You: End of the Past by Bonn Turkington

UVU alumnus Bonn Turkington, who graduated in 2009 with a degree in creative writing, wrote a fantasy/fiction novel End of the Past, Book 1. The story takes place in a world that Turkington created. Protagonist Vahn Baxendale is searching for meaning in his life. He is learning to deal with the impact of his mother […]

Short Attention Span Theatre generated large laughs

Short Attention Span Theatre generated large laughs

The Department of Theatrical Arts performed a university favorite titled Short Attention Span Theatre April 1in the Noorda Theatre. The production consisted of a plethora of short plays that tell contemporary stories that are relatable and provide comedic relief. Each play lasted 10 to 15 minutes before the next cast took the stage. These plays […]

Book Reviews for You: End of the Past by Bonn Turkington

Book Reviews for You: End of the Past by Bonn Turkington

UVU alumnus Bonn Turkington, who graduated in 2009 with a degree in creative writing, wrote a fantasy/fiction novel End of the Past,Book 1. The story takes place in a world that Turkington created. Protagonist Vahn Baxendale is searching for meaning in his life. He is learning to deal with the impact of his mother vanishing […]

Book Reviews for You: Human Acts by Han Kang

One prime aspect of being a human should be the drive to do good. Han Kang, a South Korean author and 2016 winner of the Man-Booker Prize for The Vegetarian, writes a simple, horror packed story that will stick with the reader for days. Human Acts is all encompassing of the 1980s Gwangju Democratic Movement […]

Book Reviews for You: Difficult Women By Roxane Gay

Book Reviews for You: Difficult Women By Roxane Gay

“Every time that man sank his fists into my body, I could breathe a little. I used one hurt to cover another.” Difficult Women is a collection of six short stories written by award-winning author Roxane Gay. The stories were written so that we may understand the harsh realities women endure daily. It begins with […]

Spring choral showcase sang in the new season

Music is a language that most can understand and relate to. No matter what language one may speak, the words, melody and harmonics evoke feelings that are very personal. UVU’s chamber, men’s, women’s and the American International School of Utah Chamber Choir sang a mesmerizing and welcoming spring concert Feb. 8 at the St. Francis […]

Spring choral showcase sang in the new season

Music is a language that most can understand and relate to. No matter what language one may speak, the words, melody and harmonics evoke feelings that are very personal. UVU’s chamber, men’s, women’s and the American International School of Utah Chamber Choir sang a mesmerizing and welcoming spring concert Feb. 8 at the St. Francis […]