Romney reviews Alex Cross, a crime drama that weaves the psychological profile of the perpetrator into its narrative.
An increasing number of students are using their smartphones in class for other things then their actual class work.
A review of some of the scariest haunted houses in Utah and what you can expect, from ticket prices to parking.
Romney looks at two of the most notable adaptations of the Mary Shelley’s classic story and compares them.
Water makes up 55 to 78 percent of the human body, and is essential part of its many processes. Regular hydration can help with weight loss, improve digestive health and increase energy.
The genre bending sounds of violin and dubstep techno music rocked In The Venue Thursday, Oct. 11.
After the debate weigh-in: Modern politicians have dropped all pretense of honesty.
The Deans List recognizes SLCC students who have achieved a GPA of 3.5 to 3.79 and take 15 credits in a semester. Students who achieve a GPA of 3.8 or higher qualify for the even higher honor of making the Presidents List. Both were honored at this event.
A review of The Grand Theater’s production of “Into the Woods” playing now through Oct. 27.