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Professor ‘Rejects’ the Status Quo: A Case Study

Professor ‘Rejects’ the Status Quo: A Case Study

October 26, 2018

The professor, who is she? When she first walked in to teach Intro to Gender Studies, students knew she was going to be an engaging professor. She wears scarves in bright colors and prints--a shortha...

Local Man Wondering Why His Mom Is So Stingy

Local Man Wondering Why His Mom Is So Stingy

October 17, 2018

Local Man, earning just enough to pay the bills and to put himself through school, finds himself exhausted by the pull-yourself-up-by-the-bootstraps American spirit. "I don't mind when other people w...

Judiciary Candidate Cries Over Pen

Judiciary Candidate Cries Over Pen

October 2, 2018

After pulling out his calendar from high school, tearfully mentioning how his dad taught him how to keep his schedule in order, everyone knew the candidate stood a chance against the composed, chilling...

“Speak English!” Demands Barely Literate Student

“Speak English!” Demands Barely Literate Student

September 21, 2018

As a white person who wants to "do something" but is also too lazy to critique myself too heavily, I'm curious about the U of U's implicit xenophobia. However, when I researched further, the xenophobia...

Cranberry Juice: The Only Line of Attack Against Infection

Cranberry Juice: The Only Line of Attack Against Infection

September 14, 2018

When I interviewed U of U Junior, Kaitelynne, and her roommates, Ladonne and Kielie, they lounged around their downtown apartment. Several advanced chemical engineering textbooks rested on their coffee...

Morahnic Satire: Local Professor Sponsored by Mountain Dew

Morahnic Satire: Local Professor Sponsored by Mountain Dew

September 7, 2018

Many students are familiar with the "fuck it all" taste of Mountain Dew. It's a staple of final's week! But now, at many universities, professors are turning to the drink too. As part of their revolutionar...

Moronic Satire: A Love Letter to Absurdity

Sarah Bischoff

August 27, 2018

Utah is an amalgam of bizarre politics. A few days ago, I drove from Salt Lake to Cedar City, traversing Utah’s broad swatches of nothingness, incredible scenery, and needlepoint Mormon steeples, all under a haze of wildfire smoke. Liberal Bubbles? I was driving to participate in the academic conference of Utah’s Shakespeare Festival, planning to talk about disability in the 400-year-old play, The Tragedy of Richard I...

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