Problems with the Democrat Party

Problems with the Democrat Party

By Tyler Carpenter | Staff Writer The Democratic Party is eating away at itself. Here’s why. The Democrat Party has decided to take on the little guys, the minority groups. By doing so they have given home to many issues that are heavily discussed in the political discourse of this country. The only problem is […]

A two partied America / America divided

A two partied America / America divided

By Jesse Sanchez | Assistant Opinion Editor The Republican Party, founded July 6, 1854, started as an anti-slavery state convention held in Jackson, Michigan. The name alludes to Thomas Jefferson’s Democratic-Republican Party, conveying a commitment to the inalienable rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, according to the GOP website. Most notable for […]

Utah leaves the homeless out in the cold

Utah leaves the homeless out in the cold

By McKhelyn Jones | Art & Culture Editor Homelessness is a complex issue. There is no one-size-fits-all solution for it. Yet, there are things that can be done to increase the resources available for people in need. Last month, Draper City residents denied a proposal to build two homeless shelters near the city limits. While […]

How to study for finals

How to study for finals

Finals are just around the corner and the pressure is slowly building. It’s the final showdown between you and summer and possibly graduation. Here are some study tips to lower your anxiety during these last weeks of the semester: Make a checklist Write down every assignment and final you have due by the end of […]

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