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Microsoft buys Mojang

Mojang, the Swedish studio behind Minecraft, confirmed that they were being purchased by Microsoft for $2.5 billion.

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Fresno State rolls past SUU

What started out as a close game quickly turned south when the Fresno State Bulldogs scored 35 consecutive points en route to a 56–16 drubbing of the SUU football team Saturday night in Fresno.

Obama's War on ISIS

U.S. President Barack Obama addressed the threat of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), also known as ISIL, in a nationally televised speech September 10th from the White House.

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Lyn Hart at Art Insights

Art students filled the Centrum on Sept. 11 to listen to Lyn Hart, a Zion Artist-in-Residence, who showed her art and influences in tapestry.

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Dancing with the stars

The Iron County Children’s Justice Center is hosting a “Dancing with the Stars” benefit show featuring esteemed members of the Iron County community paired with members of the SUU Ballroom Dance Company.

Science is Magical

The view of science that was presented by the Distinguished Faculty Member Convocation speaker, Dr. Bryce Christensen, titled “Protecting the Magic: How Poetry Survives in a Scientific World” was interesting.

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Andrew Marvick creates gallery art

Andrew Marvick, art history professor, displays his concept of abstract art in his exhibit Ancient Hues in the local gallery, gallery GALA.

Classiness should be valued

Being classy is never overrated.

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{re}cycled Consign and Design, located on 59 W. Center Street, is a unique boutique filled with hand-picked items.

Guilty until proven innocent

Our justice system is broken and needs reform.

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SDSU spoils Homecoming game, Fresno State next up for SUU football

With one game left before Big Sky Conference play begins, the SUU football team is left to remedy the challenges it has had over the past three games.

Ray Rice, NFL fiasco devalues womankind

Assistant sports editor Kinzie Robins and sports broadcaster KJae Barbadillo give their take on the Ray Rice situation and the effect it has on women involved in the sport.

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Outdoor club offers adventures for SUU

The Pacesetters Outdoor Leadership Club provides students at SUU a great opportunity to become more involved in southern Utah’s outdoor landscapes.

Homecoming parade bring in community, students

Saturday morning kicked off with the Homecoming Parade on University Blvd.

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T-Bird scales Ellington Peak in Wind Rivers Wyoming

Wind Rivers, Wyoming is one of the most beautiful mountain ranges I have ever seen. This landscape is a cascading sea of pine, meadows and lakes amidst great granite mountains that spring up from the wavy basins.

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SUU ladies take the field for Powderpuff

The annual SUU women’s powderpuff game took place in SUU’s very own Eccles Coliseum on Thursday night as part of homecoming week.

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Soccer team picks up road wins

In Flagstaff, Arizona, the SUU soccer team picked up its first road wins of the season with a 1–0 defeat of Wright State Sunday and a 2–1 defeat of Grand Canyon Friday, with both matches going into double overtime.

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T-Bird Trails: Hiking above Zion NP on Cable Mountain

Cable Mountain is the large prominent peak above the Weeping Rock shuttle stop next to the Great White Throne. This fairly remote viewpoint of Zion canyon offers hikers a unique view of the well-known Angels Landing.

Forever Red a big hit once again

Both young and old gathered Friday evening on SUU’s upper quad for the Homecoming concert, Forever Red.

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Cross-country runs at UCR

The SUU cross-country team started off the season with a head-to-head matchup against Idaho State, which previewed up-and-coming runners, followed by a trip to Riverside, California to participate in the UC Riverside Invitational to continue the 2014 season