Courting the Constitution: The road to marriage equality in Utah

by Jeffrey Dahdah, photos by Nick Carpenter In December of 2013, same-sex couples across Utah hastily threw on coats and boots to go to the county clerk’s office and receive what had been unattainable for so long: marriage licenses. Roughly 1,000 couples … Continue reading Courting the Constitution: The road to marriage equality in Utah

Cover the lens: Forest Service photography regulation sparks First Amendment concerns

by Fallon Rowe, photos by Nick Carpenter Signs warn against removing pieces of obsidian from an ancient lava formation. Guardrails keep tourists at a safe distance to prevent damage to artifacts at a historical site. Flags lining trails warn hikers to … Continue reading Cover the lens: Forest Service photography regulation sparks First Amendment concerns

Creating Spaces: Podcaster John Dehlin speaks up about LGBT Mormons and the future of the LDS Church

by Noelle Johansen, photos by Candy Chiu John Dehlin is an anomaly. He towers over most at more than six feet tall, but his voice, recognized by thousands from the “Mormon Stories” podcast, is unimposing. He maintains a quiet existence completing … Continue reading Creating Spaces: Podcaster John Dehlin speaks up about LGBT Mormons and the future of the LDS Church

Leveling the Playing Field: A look at campus resources given to student athletes

by Chelsea Hunter, photos by Jamie Duke  As a red-shirt senior, Taryn Rose knows what it takes to be a successful student athlete, and it’s no cakewalk. This defender balances classes, practice, studying, traveling and exams while working part-time.  “At the beginning … Continue reading Leveling the Playing Field: A look at campus resources given to student athletes