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  • Jul 8-14, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 8
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  • Gay Students vs. BYU Honor Code

    Dishonor Code: Despite a 2007 gay-friendly update to BYU’s honor code, some students claim the discipline goes too far.


  • Jazz Go Big & White

    In an unprecedented move, the Utah Jazz used their number 9 pick to draft the 15-year old, 6’8” former child actor Opie Taylor. Opie, who played Sheriff Taylor’s only son...
  • Conflicted Loyalties

    Appointing Rep. Greg Hughes, R-Draper, to serve as chairman of the Utah Transit Authority board of trustees is wrong for three reasons...

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