Mia Fairbanks

Ty Davis, Marketing Department in the College of Fine Arts and Communications at BYU.


Brigham Young University’ theater department is producing a play full of firsts. In fact, for the first time you can watch it in your own home.

The first week of Utah’s legislative session has ended and Northern Utah lawmakers are already working on many different pieces of legislation. The men gathered virtually last week for a town hall streamed on Facebook, where they updated constituents on topics from taxes to firearms.

Utah Food Banks Adapt To Increasing Food Insecurity

Dec 2, 2020

As the pandemic drags on, many families continue to face food insecurity.

Three polling stations with citizens voting, spread out in the Cache County Event Center
Mia Fairbanks

Though thousands of ballots were cast by mail, voters in Cache County still lined up at the single polling station on Tuesday to make their voices heard.

Dalene Redhorse in front of a free Navajo taco stand on the Navajo reservation
Rural Utah Project

In the Navajo Nation, voters face unique challenges to having their voices heard. The non-profit Rural Utah Project has been working to address these issues, literally. 

utah voters participate in civic duties
Riana Gayle

In an election cycle dominated by the presidential race, it's easy to forget the other races and initiatives on the ballot. Utah has seven constitutional amendments ranging from removing slavery as a punishment to how income tax can be distributed.

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Women make up 42% of government leaders in Utah counties, according to a new study from the Utah Women and Leadership Project

Middle school students playing music.
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Schools across the state have been opening over the past two weeks, with many modifications intended to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. Here is a look at some of the adaptations made to music classes at Mount Logan Middle School. 

 

The 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment is this week and events are planned throughout Logan to recognize some of the women who played trailblazing roles in the efforts to expand voting rights.