Food, music, dance and fashion. Every March, these elements are brought together to create a night celebrating the variety of cultures on Westminster’s campus.
From cave paintings to the Mona Lisa to an overturned urinal, art really can be anything. The Senior Art Exhibit showcases the work of the 12 graduating art majors and highlights their accomplishments throughout their years at Westminster College.
The only job I’ve ever had in Utah lasted just two weeks. In 2011 I worked as a busser in a nice restaurant that was just opening. I was confident I would do well since I had experience from three food industry jobs in my home state of Texas....
This London garage-rock group, signed to Rough Trade, has the same underground hype that created The Libertines and The Arctic Monkeys, while sounding less conventional than those rock acts. Palma Violets are rowdy, but this LP doesn’t convey that raucous properly. It should punch harder.
I feel safe admitting that March Madness is one of my favorite times of the year. I look forward to March Madness more than my own birthday. I love the community that is built around bracket building and bracket busting, and we all love a Cinderella story. We also love...
Deep in the heart of the Payne Gymnasium, there is a small room. In this room is one passionate man, who would give anything for any one of the student athletes who come to visit him.
Never has a 2000-year-old dead baby been more intriguing. The “Egyptian Child” is the first among many fascinating mysteries presented at the highly acclaimed “Mummies of the World: The Exhibition.” The Leonardo, downtown Salt Lake City’s premiere museum of art, science, and technology, has acquired the exhibit from Feb. 16...
From the thawed streams running down the Wasatch Front to the shade casted by the newly-leafed Utah trees, the snow has begun to leave for the year.
It seems like college students are the very epitome of social media and technology addicts. They can be seen texting when they’re walking, tweeting on Twitter at work, pinning on Pinterest from their phones, or “Googling” to find an answer before reading a book.