COVID infects well-known Utahns

Above the Scroll, Academics, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, News, Utah

As of April 13, the Utah Government portal reports a total of 2,303 cases of coronavirus. Among those cases are politicians, businessmen and businesswomen and sports players. Robert Garff, 78, […]

Left behind

Features, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, Photo essay, Signpost Slider

I spend a lot of my time walking around Salt Lake City. Recently, I have started noticing things I haven’t seen before. These photos encapsulate those things we leave behind […]

The artists of FanX

Arts & Entertainment, Utah

Salt Lake City’s 12th semi-annual FanX convention attracted artists and guests from around the world, featuring a wide range of festivities from plushies to tattoos. The Ink Alliance, an international […]

Court date set to finalize DUI for WSU star

Sports

Weber State University star running back Josh Davis’ legal proceedings regarding a 2018 Driving Under the Influence (DUI) heads towards a verdict next month. On April 20, 2018, Davis was […]

The art of the pop-up experience

Arts & Entertainment, Utah, Visual Arts

Niche pop-up art experiences have attracted young, social media-driven people around the world recently. Art installations dedicated to ice cream, candy, selfies and death have surfaced, giving people non-traditional backgrounds […]

Human trafficking hits close to home

Campus Events, Features, News, Police/Crime, Utah

The youngest human trafficking victim in Utah is 9 years old. While many do not want to believe these things occur in their backyard, human trafficking is not exclusive to […]

Championing change, enacting equality

Culture/Diversity, Features, LGBT, News, Politics, Utah

Women and allies rallied to raise awareness, embrace diversity and empower future generations during Utah’s third annual Women’s March on Jan. 19 at the Utah State Capitol. As women’s marches […]