New York Times reporter lectures on Ebola and other world crises
0 comments, Wednesday, October 29th, 2014, by Tiffany Frandsen in Featured, News

Tiffany Frandsen | News Editor |@tiffany_mf   Somini Sengupta, the United Nations bureau chief for the New York Times, spoke about Ebola, ISIS, the Syrian war and other global crises at Utah Valley University on October 29. She had been a foreign correspondent in Liberia in 2003 and to... Read more...

Higher education
0 comments, 14/10/2014, by Kyle Spencer in Featured, News

Kyle Spencer | Managing Editor | @kyledspencer   John's room inside an apartment built in the 1980s off Orem Center Street is cluttered with bags and boxes of snacks, clothes, video games and school supplies. On top of a bookshelf, littered with textbooks and paperback novels stacked on t... Read more...

Thousands join Neon Trees, Fictionist, Blue Aces in downtown block party
0 comments, 08/10/2014, by Tiffany Frandsen in Blog, Featured, Music Blog

Gabi Campbell | Photo Editor/Staff Writer |@angelikagabi Tiffany Frandsen | News Editor | @tiffany_mf   Neon Trees are remarkably well-named. Maybe someone with synesthesia can confirm whether their music looks neon, because it certainly sounds that way. On  October 3, they returned to Pro... Read more...