Campus nuisance: skateboards, entitlement, and everyone else

Campus nuisance: skateboards, entitlement, and everyone else

Photo courtesy of Cherri Yoon / THE CHIMES It’s 4 p.m. on Friday. You had a long day of classes and you’re ready for the weekend. You’re driving home on 1200 West and as you pass the free parking, a skateboarder flies into the street in front of you. You slam on your brakes. No big deal, […]

Don’t Vote for Trump

Don’t Vote for Trump

Staff Editorial As this circus of an election mercifully winds it’s way to a close, we as an editorial board have one thing to say to our readers: Don’t vote for Donald Trump. Though we may not agree on the best alternative candidate, we can say with one voice that we as a board denounce […]

Hallway Conversations: What is consent?

Name: Nicole Hemsley Major: Accounting Year: Freshmen “Consent is if someone asks you something, you give them permission to do it. Consent is important because if a guy comes up and starts doing stuff to you, or if you’re with them and you tell them don’t do that, but they do it anyway, they are […]

A call to arms: Why voting really matters

A call to arms: Why voting really matters

Since August, The Review has done a number of articles to see whom students were planning on voting for, if they were keeping up with the election and whether or not they were planning on voting. Unfortunately, most students were either unaware or uneducated with this election. So much, that most informed us that they […]

Jesse Ruins Concerts: How I snuck into Blink-182

Jesse Ruins Concerts: How I snuck into Blink-182

With all the political content we’ve had lately, I felt compelled to bring some light to this week’s issue, to reduce the endless stress of this election. Over the course of the semester, The Review has attempted (emphasizing the attempted) to cover a handful of concerts. These shows offer media passes for newspapers to take […]

Meet Utah Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mike Weinholtz

It’s easy to forget that on November 8, Utahns will be casting their vote for more than just our next president. The race for Utah’s next governor is well underway, with incumbent Republican governor Gary Herbert defending his position against Democratic challenger Mike Weinholtz. Weinholtz was a third-generation factory worker, who worked full time while […]

Is Appleism the new religion?

The crowds went wild once again as Apple showcased its latest iPhone, the iPhone 7, at an event on September 7 in San Francisco. With an improved camera, waterproof shell and the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack, there seems to be quite a stir among enthusiasts for the iPhone’s latest features. Though on the […]

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