Queen Victoria reigns again in the new PBS Masterpiece Theatre series “Victoria.”
SUU, KUED and the Utah Shakespeare Festival teamed up on Oct. 20 to give students and the public a prescreening of “Hamilton’s America” in the Sterling Church Auditorium.
Utah’s “most popular convention” the Salt Lake Comic Con is a nerdy nirvana featuring celebrity appearances, miscellaneous and relatively geeky panels as well as vendors and artists selling their wares.
The Travel Channel’s television series Hotel Impossible is making its mark on the Cedar City community this week.
SUUSA hosted Identity Week this past week, featuring a contestant from America’s Next Top Model cycle 21; a panel about the possiblities of a female, Mormon, LGBTQ, atheist, Hispanic or Muslim president; and the annual step show.
The second annual convention, FanX, of Salt Lake City sold-out during this past week’s event.
FanX 2015 created an idea of a purposefully smaller crowd — organizers capped ticket sales to 50,000. This created a great experience for fans when it came to panels. Here are just a few of the panels that went on at FanX (some viewed and some not by the accent editor):
Cedar City hosted the annual Storybook Parade Saturday.
For Josh and Bryson, Saturday was both a sad and happy day. Sad in the sense that their favorite show, Saturday Night Live, came to a close for another season. Happy in the fact that one of their favorites, Andy Samberg, was hosting.
Hello, readers! By this point in the semester, you might have noticed small hints that I am a big nerd. If you haven’t, you should probably go to suunews.com and look up my columns. They’re hilarious.
A student attending SUU made his way onto The Price is Right and won a snowboarding package, a TV and a barbecue.
After taking almost a month off, Saturday Night Live returned to Studio 8H for a brand new episode featuring rap star Drake as both host and musical guest.
Cedar City children were able to watch Elmo, Grover and other Sesame Street characters in a live performance of Sesame Street Live this week at the Heritage Center Theater.
The Convocation Tuesday was divided in two parts: a panel discussion titled “Merce Cunningham and the Avant Garde” led by Ray Grant, academic program officer and director of Convocations, and a dance concert featuring the Repertory Dance Theatre from Salt Lake City.
Recent renovations to SUU’s television studio may save the communication department money, all thanks to a recent decision to go green.