Utah junior high music teacher named one of Yamaha’s ’40 Under 40′

An Alpine junior high choir educator was named one of Yamaha's "40 Under 40", a music education advocacy program, for 2022.

BYU Museum of Art opens ‘Prophets, Priests and Queens’ exhibit

The BYU Museum of Art opened their exhibit "Prophets, Priests and Queens: James Tissot's Men and Women of the Old Testament" to the public after eight years of preparation.

Utah County art galleries, museums showcase artists with diverse perspectives

Various art galleries and museums in Utah County have began putting up art exhibits that showcase local artists with diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

The TikTok trap: How the app fuels body dissatisfaction

With the combination of a surge in social media use, two years of an isolating global pandemic and the popular new app Tik Tok, disordered eating and body dissatisfaction are on the rise among young girls.

Streaming services challenge the future of movie theaters

In the future, going to the movies is going to be like going to the opera; a special occasion where you put on a nice suit and make an evening out of it. At least that's what David Sterritt, a film critic, said he remembers someone saying almost 20 years ago. Now in 2022, it doesn't seem to be the most far-fetched idea.

BYU student shares her journey of becoming an artist, storyteller

Maddie Lytle started creating art to spite her high school art teacher. Now she creates art to share stories in the hope of connecting with others. Her art has become her way of making wherever she is "a little more beautiful."
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