What does the U.S. Vice President even do?

Above the Scroll, News, Politics

With the vice presidential debate in the rearview mirror, many may be wondering what the role of vice president of the United States does in his, or now maybe her, […]

Apocalypse now

Columns, Entertainment, Mobile, Opinion

By now you’ve probably tried to buy toilet paper and been thwarted by apocalypse preppers, who, in their genius, already bought out all the toilet paper a week ago. As […]

Well-known Civil War artist to show work in Ogden

Arts & Entertainment, Visual Arts

When most people do research, it ends up in a paper. Mort Kunstler‘s research, however, is poured into his artwork, and the artist known for his paintings of the Civil […]

When rights collide, equality must win

Above the Scroll, LGBT, Religion, Viewpoint

With the United States anticipating the Supreme Court’s expected June announcement on same-sex marriage, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has chosen to take a stance supporting anti-discrimination […]

Environmental historian sheds different light on Civil War

Campus Events

  It’s not just about battles and generals, said the 15th annual Lampros lecturer Lisa M. Brady during her presentation on Tuesday.   With a modest crowd of Wildcats and community members, the environmental […]