Several US colleges ban TikTok from campuses

Some colleges in the country have banned TikTok on campus servers and Wi-Fi.

Taylor Swift fans sue Ticketmaster — ‘This is why we can’t have nice things’

More than two dozen Swifties are suing Ticketmaster alleging fraud, misrepresentation and antitrust violations after the monopoly canceled Taylor Swift's public sale for her Era's Tour.

Recent college campus violence incites concern, leaders encourage vigilance

The stabbings of four University of Idaho students, a shooting at University of Virginia, a suspected bomb threat at The University of Utah hospital and the most recent shooting at Axis Luxury Student Living in Orem have generated questions about the safety of college campuses.

Utah Democrats are disappointed yet encouraged by election results — ‘the fight isn’t over’

Independent Evan McMullin conceded to incumbent Senator Mike Lee for the Utah Senate race. Utah democrats opted against fielding a candidate for the U.S. Senate and instead endorsed McMullin in hopes to defeat Lee.

Hurricane Ian devastates Florida with historic-levels of flooding

Hurricane Ian, 2 mph short of a Category 5 hurricane, came through the west coast of Florida Wednesday afternoon, bringing flooding and devastation throughout the state.

BYU students reflect on National Good Neighbor Day

BYU students reflected on their good neighbor experiences on National Good Neighbor Day Sept. 28.  
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