Who was James Foley?

Campus Events, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, News, Politics

Some people give their lives to their work, and occasionally, it’s a literal statement. Freelance war correspondent James Foley was one of those people. During the Syrian Civil War, Foley […]

LDS exodus: ‘Apostates’ are driven over the edge


It seems counterintuitive that anyone who self-identifies as queer would seek or maintain membership within the LDS church, let alone encourage their children to participate, considering the organization’s outspoken stance […]

Utah students more passive-aggressive

Above the Scroll, Business/Careers, Science & Tech

[media-credit name=”Spencer Garn” align=”alignright” width=”300″][/media-credit]An unusually high rate of passive-aggressive behavior among students at Weber State University has been discovered by Michael Stevens, professor and department chair at Weber State […]