Panelists unpack protests against confederate monuments

October 2, 2017

Reading Time: 2 minutes Photo by Michelle Rivas It’s not a debate over history,  according to Paul Reeve, professor of history at the University of Utah. The statues are manifestations of a reassertion of white supremacy, he said. The Black Student Union and University College organized a panel where they talked about the controversy surrounding the statue of Robert […]

Dos and Don’ts in Racial Etiquette

January 16, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes Being a Spanish-Nigerian woman in Utah County, I’ve inevitably dealt a lot with race. I’m by no means an expert on it, but here is a list of common things I’ve come across throughout my years in the Valley.   DON’T ask someone “what are you?” I would probably answer by saying “a human being” […]

The Dirty Dash: filthy exercise for faculty and students

September 7, 2011

Reading Time: 2 minutes Running 10 kilometers may not sound like a lot of fun, but when you throw in a chance to play in the mud, it becomes a little more inviting.   The Dirty Dash, founded by Jeff Harps in 2010 is a new style of race offered in Salt Lake that entices would-be contestants to race […]