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Belly Dance: ‘It’s not just shakin’ your jiggle around’

Belly Dance: ‘It’s not just shakin’ your jiggle around’

Michelle Woodard | Staff Reporter Cultural appropriation isn’t unheard of in the SLC belly dance community. Arab-American author and belly dancer Randa Jarrar wrote an article for Salon.com titled, “Why I can’t stand white belly dancers.” “The term belly dance itself is a Western one,” Jarrar wrote. “In Arabic, this kind of dance is called Raqs Sharqi, or Eastern dance.” […]

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The Rest, Salt Lake City’s own speakeasy

The Rest, Salt Lake City’s own speakeasy

Walking into Bodega–a convenience store/tavern–there arecigarettes, junk food and cheap booze available for purchase. Customers may not expect a foodie hotspot just below.

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Just Add Some Color

Just Add Some Color

The Holi Festival of Colors largely consists of throwing colored powder at strangers and loved ones. There is also live music, food and dancing. Visitors leave covered from head-to-toe in a variety of neon.

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SAC Springs Forward

SAC Springs Forward

Despite rumors of banned venues, Breathalyzers and limited tickets, the Student Activities Commission is looking forward to hosting the spring dance.

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Garfield: Westminster’s unknown parking

Garfield: Westminster’s unknown parking

Bryson Lovell | Staff Reporter Students and faculty have experienced the rat-race for a parking spot in the Dumke Field Lot. However, there The Garfield School lot is available to students, faculty and staff.are other headache-free parking options that do not include side-streets. Robert Garner, director of campus security, said the lot is being underutilized. The unknown lot According to […]

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