Readers’ Forum: Successful rose smelling

Have you ever wondered about what defines success? If success is what we are striving toward, how do we really become successful in life? As a college student, I have asked myself this. Success is a journey and a process which comes through finding lasting joy, impacting the lives around us positively and leaving the world better than we found it.

Readers’ Forum: The beauty of sign language

Sign language is convenient for general use as it makes it easy to communicate in close quarters as well as from far away. Learning sign language for convenience is just the beginning. Other than making things even easier for ourselves, we would be turning our world into a more inclusive community, opening doors for millions.

Readers’ Forum: No more ‘freshman 15’

At a school that upholds high moral values including an emphasis on their students' health, the issue of excessive junk food at the Cannon Commons should have more light shed on it. I hope to show that the inevitability of the “freshman 15” for Helaman Halls residents can be minimized with an increase in healthier options at the Cannon Center.

Readers’ Forum: ‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’: The drastic effects of cancel culture

The Olivia Rodrigo and Joshua Bassett phenomenon around cancel culture shows the media is incredibly easily influenced and how people will jump on a bandwagon of whatever is popular.

Readers’ Forum: Where I am from is not who I am

I have scuba-dived, ridden elephants and camels, walked to school in below forty-degree weather, tried hundreds of foods and learned many languages. Likewise, I was born in Orem, Utah on a cold day in November almost 23 years ago. Where I was born is a mark of where I am from, but it is not who I am.

Readers’ Forum: Tech has gone too far and not far enough

Technology has existed and been developed for a very long time, but would it be so bad if we stopped? While technology is accessible in most places, there are other developing nations struggling to get their hands on even outdated technology.
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