Author: Keslee Kerby

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Student trapped in apartment during flood

Six apartments in Baronnessa flooded July 15. Lizzie Colvin, a resident of one of the first level apartments in the 400 building and a sophomore studying preschool education, was trapped in her apartment during...

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Don’t just finish tasks, build people

I love being a journalist. I love solving last-minute problems, challenging myself to write a last-minute story, and striving for accuracy and perfection. Most of all, I love to interview people. Because I’ve interviewed...

Patrick Ulrich, a senior majoring in theatre studies, helped design the set for his senior capstone project, which is similar to the Globe Theater in London for the play “The Shoemaker’s Holiday.” According to www.bartleby.com, the play was written by Thomas Decker, an English playwright, and was published in 1600.
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Elizebethan set built in amphitheater

Students are working to design and build an outdoor set in the David O. McKay Amphitheater for “The Shoemaker’s Holiday,” a production that will be performed July 1-3 and 8-11. Patrick Ulrich, a senior...

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Students showcase Broadway songs

Students who enjoy acting, singing and dancing, performed in an auditioned show called Broadway Revue May 30. Kirsten Rast, a freshman studying theatre performance, sang “You Love Who You Love” from “Bonnie and Clyde”...

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Unplug from technology, be personal

On Apr. 25, Gary Turk posted a YouTube video that now has over 39 million views. Some of you have probably heard of this video. It’s called “Look Up.” In the video, Turk explains...

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Mental Illnesses can be overcome

Tiffany Gilbert (name has been changed), a freshman majoring in marriage and family studies, shifts her weight while she sits in the church pew. The priesthood holder is about to hand the sacrament tray...