Last week was all about trying to stay warm, drinking our hot cocoa, coffees and teas. This week is warming up, so now we transition from hot to cold drinks. There are so many reasons to love iced tea, teas contain huge amounts of antioxidants, they have very few calories, and there are so many… Read More Vanilla Iced Chai Tea Latte
“Molly and Peter” is an original play directed by Henry Ballestros with the Black Box Grant Association. The plays underlying message was one of love, but it was hard to focus on the message when the play made fun of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints the majority of the time. There… Read More Review of “Molly and Peter”
Rapidly growing technology that consumes the mind is not a new argument. Just as psychologists obsessed over television in the 1940s, today there are piles of studies that state the possible dangerous effects of social media. One article from Psychology Today explained how Facebook can negatively impact mental health, making individuals more depressed, jealous and… Read More Social Media: Friend or Foe?
No spoilers. John Krasinski, our favorite romantic from NBC’s “The Office,” makes his horror debut with “A Quiet Place,” the story of a small family surviving on a farm while being hunted by a group of monsters with an acute sense of sound. The family struggles to return to normalcy all while learning to live… Read More “A Quiet Place” Review: Go See It
Even though the school year is winding down, the SUU dance company, Orchesis, is ending the year in style. The Orchesis dance concert on April 6 and 7 included the full dance company as well as 12 featured guest dancers from around campus. The guest dancers included Sofie Scaletta, a senior psychology major, as well… Read More Orchesis Dance Company Takes Center Stage
Are video games art? On one hand, this sounds like an odd question to pose since it seems that anyone can make the case for anything being art. Art, as defined by the English Oxford Dictionary, is, “the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting… Read More Are Video Games Art?