A recent letter to the editor caused feelings of hurt and anger for myself and many within the LGBTQIA community
*This is my response to Chelsea Heaton’s letter from February 21st 2017 “As USU students we should feel safe to
My Valentine’s Day date was a book. Not just any book. This was a book I found at a little
tol·er·ate: allow the existence, occurrence, or practice of (something that one does not necessarily like or agree with) without interference.
Chelsea, I believe you misinterpreted the LGBTQA representative’s goal of speaking to your class. I’ll admit I wasn’t there, but
I was concerned by a recent letter to the editor shaming fellow students for not walking out of a presentation
Dear readers, I want to sincerely apologize for the way my article portrayed my feelings about the LGBTQA community. My
We have generally and greatly lost the genuine nature of Valentine’s Day. Feel free to insert a “commercialization has killed
My name is Chelsea Heaton and I am writing to you to speak up about an issue that is becoming
In 2010, the Utah State Legislature passed a joint resolution denying climate change. The resolution stated: “This joint resolution of
Not to beat the dead horse that is “Utah is a weird place” jokes, but Utah is a weird place.