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 […]

Banff Film Festival sells out for 17th year

Banff Film Festival sells out for 17th year

The Outdoor Adventure Center (OAC) hosted the sold-out Banff Mountain Film Festival for the 17th year on Feb. 14 -15 in the Raegan Theater. “There is a huge mountain community [in Utah] and everyone seems to come together for those two nights,” said Kim Reynolds, OAC program coordinator. “The films are not full of high […]

The Lego Batman Movie is just as funny as the original

The Lego Batman Movie is just as funny as the original

With 2014’s The Lego Movie, Warner Animation Group laid a clever foundation for virtually limitless spinoff opportunities. The first to arrive is The Lego Batman Movie, and it’s an important indication of the quality of the many Lego movies to come. It would have been easy to make one quality movie as a starting point, […]

How to survive midterms

How to survive midterms

Photo by Julie Ostler Preparing for midterms can prove to be challenging due to class, homework, work, etc. Here are some ways to get ready for midterms without falling behind. Finish homework assignments before the due date When the amount of work becomes overwhelming, procrastinating is what we commonly turn to. The key to keeping […]

Mardi Gras dressed to impress, entertain and unite

Mardi Gras dressed to impress, entertain and unite

UVUSA hosted an all-night Mardi Gras event on Friday, Feb 10. The student body and community members over 18 partied harder than they have since the Insomnia event in October of last year. “It was a party from the moment you walk in the door. It was overwhelming at first because you didn’t know what […]

Appreciation, tributes and politics dominate Grammys

By: Tommy Johnson | Contributor In downtown Los Angeles, artists brought talent, tears and protests to create a unique celebration of what 2016 had to offer. The night began with Adele performing her-well known hit Hello and was followed by a tumbling and humorous entrance by Late-Night host James Corden, who kept people laughing all […]

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