Government shutdown 2018: Why should I care?

Due to a lack of votes for the Republican short-term budget bill in the Senate, starting at midnight eastern time (ET), the United States government will be shut down until further notice for the second time in 5 years.

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Spori building houses ‘Vanishing Voices’ Exhibit

One language dies every 14 days. Seventy-four are considered critically endangered and 130 are currently at risk. All of these statistics, along with photographs of dwindling Native American populations and their dying languages are showcased at the Vanishing Voices exhibit in the Jacob Spori Building through Feb. 9.

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Car accident shuts down intersection between 2nd South and 2nd West

Contributers: Joshua Gervacio and Elise Prado. A two-car collision just before 6 p.m. sent one person to the hospital and created traffic problems for about an hour Thursday night, Jan. 18. The accident happened at the corner of 2nd South and 2nd West by Deseret Book...
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5 outdoor winter semester activities for any budget

We’ve pulled together a great list of winter activities for your next Home Evening activity, date night or lone adventure — from least to most expensive.

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Net neutrality and student life: What’s the connection?

With Internet Neutrality regulations repealed, is this the end of unrestricted internet use or the beginning of a competitive internet market?

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Spori building houses ‘Vanishing Voices’ Exhibit

One language dies every 14 days. Seventy-four are considered critically endangered and 130 are currently at risk. All of these statistics, along with photographs of dwindling Native American populations and their dying languages are showcased at the Vanishing Voices exhibit in the Jacob Spori Building through Feb. 9.