Author: Carlie Gillis

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OPINION | The final night of homecoming week was the best night of the week

This year’s homecoming game was one to remember after beating our rival and protecting our new legacy. Homecoming week was a blast for Utah Tech University students, including myself. However, it was Saturday night that led to the perfect ending, and my favorite event of the week. The football game and the after party, known […]

Remembering the legacy of Odyssey’s “Thriller” at Tuacahn

The end is near for Odyssey Dance Theatre’s “Thriller.” “Thriller” is a Halloween show put on every year for the last 26 years. It showcases talented dancers from all over the state. Some characters in the show include Frankenstein’s Monsters, Chucky dolls and Annabelle. That’s right multiple Annabelle dolls coming after you make for a […]

OPINION | Apple did it again, the iPhone 14 is worth the hype

It’s that season; the iPhone 14 is out, and is showing the world its newest features. You may be thinking, is the iPhone 14 worth trading out my old iPhone? Will the iPhone 14 be just like my old generation? This new phone has amazing features that are bigger and better. The iPhone 14 has […]

Utah Tech University students can benefit from taking evening classes

Are you an early bird or night owl when it comes to picking your school schedule? A main factor in choosing between day and night classes is your personal decision of what time of the day you want your class. There are many benefits that come with choosing day or evening classes that Utah Tech […]

Utah Tech women’s golf Eastern Washington invitational recap

Utah Tech University’s women’s golf team recently got back from competing in the Eastern Washington Eagle Invitational in Spokane, Washington.  The team placed fourth overall at the invitational. This was their highest placing they have received at an invitational. Abby Livingston, a senior population health major from Novi, Michigan, finished out the tournament making this […]

From strangers, to roommates, to friends

Would you ever pay thousands of dollars to move away from home, room with a handful of strangers, and be forced to share everything? Sounds crazy, yet this is what a majority of the students at Utah Tech do every year. Learning how to adapt to roommates can be hard as you also have to […]

OPINION | Eating out is the best option for college students

Would you rather get take-out tonight or cook a meal at home with the groceries you bought? As a college student, this is one of my hardest decisions. There are pros and cons to eating at home vs. getting take-out. A college student’s busy schedule may influence their decision of what to eat. Sometimes eating […]