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 […]

Book reviews for you: Where’d you go Bernadette?

“I’m going to let you in on a little secret about life. You think it’s boring now? Well, it only gets more boring. The sooner you learn it’s on you to make life interesting.”– Bernadette Where’d You go Bernadette? by Maria Semple is a book some should be able to jive with in the most […]

All My Puny Sorrows

All My Puny Sorrows

By: Chase Knudsen-Staff Writer “It was the first time that we had sort of articulated our major problem. She wanted to die, and I wanted her to live, and we were enemies who loved each other.”– Yolandi All My Puny Sorrows by Miriam Toews is so powerful, raw, hilarious and real. Readers might say this […]