News briefs: New WSUSA senators, FAFSA frenzy, holiday free swap

Campus Community, Campus Events, News

New WSUSA Senators Sworn-in The WSUSA Supreme Court swore in two new senators on Oct. 31. Julio Otay was ratified as the new Hispanic Students Senator, and Kevin McFadden became […]

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 […]

NY court dismisses anti-vaccination case

Health, Science & Tech, Top News

In a June 2014 court case, three New York families sued the city for not allowing their unvaccinated children to attend school while vaccine-preventable diseases were being passed around. By […]

Supreme Court decision protects cellphone rights

News, Police/Crime, Politics

In a surprise decision Wednesday, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that police officers must obtain a warrant before searching a suspect’s cellphone during an arrest. The case, “Riley v. California,” […]

LGBT marriage equality takes Utah by surprise

News, Politics, Religion, Top News

  In a unprecedented turn of events, Utah became the 18th state to allow same-sex marriages within its borders. On Dec. 20, U.S. District Court Judge Robert J. Shelby struck down […]