Author: Angel Wood

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Utah Tech TikTok stars dominate app with inspirational, diverse content

Happy birthday to you. Happy birthday to you. Happy birthday dear TikTok. Happy birthday to you.  The social media app, TikTok, came out in September 2016 almost seven years ago, and it is the fastest-growing social media app in the world as it has over 1 billion active users worldwide.   Among these active users, you […]

OPINION | Long distance relationships aren’t worth the heartache

Whoever said “love knows no distance” clearly never experienced the heartache, financial stresses and missed opportunities that come with navigating the labyrinth of long-distance relationships. As someone who experienced an LDR during my freshman year, I know all too well the emotional rollercoaster that awaits those embarking on this miserable journey as first-time collegegoers. I […]

Utah Tech’s campus transformation: new hangout spots, parking lots and buildings

As students are settling into the college atmosphere, construction crews are also becoming a part of the scene at Utah Tech University, where numerous ongoing and upcoming construction projects are taking shape. With enrollment numbers increasing every year, the university is renovating, building and adapting to accommodate the needs of its expanding student body.  These […]

Utah Tech students spread positivity through their clothing brand

With the goal of spreading positivity and smiles, five students at Utah Tech University created a business in hopes of making a profit and an impact through fashion. Beginning in January 2023, these students participated in a project for an entrepreneurship class. Despite not knowing each other beforehand, they worked together to create long-lasting friendships […]

EDITORIAL | Keeping student journalism alive starts with Sun News

Student journalism is dying, and as members of Sun News Daily, we are doing everything we can to save it. Unfortunately, this is not a very easy endeavor for us to accomplish. We push far past our comfort zones to build connections, we stay up until the early hours of morning to get our assignments […]

Alijah Caskinette crowned as the 2023 Trailblazer Queen

As one of the oldest annual traditions of D-Week, 23 contestants blazed the stage with confidence as they competed for the first ever Trailblazer Queen title April 4. This year, one Trailblazer Queen, four attendants and two congeniality queens were announced at the conclusion of the Utah Tech University 2023 Trailblazer Queen pageant. The winners […]

OPINION | Las Vegas is not worth the gamble for travelers

Two hours away from St. George lies a student’s version of the Big Apple, but a quick trip to Sin City should be reconsidered.  Road trips are exciting and a great way for students to escape from the stresses of life while spending time with friends and family. Due to the close proximity of Las […]

OPINION | TikTok’s dark side includes privacy invasion at its finest

Deep beneath the controversial pop culture happenings covering the “For You” page of TikTok lies a deeper danger hidden within all of our phones. In fact, the rapidly-growing social media app has many dangers. Many of these problems we are aware of and others we just ignore. As for the other long list of problems; […]