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A Constellation of Vital Phenomena shows realism through multiple view points

A Constellation of Vital Phenomena shows realism through multiple view points

Leiani Brown, Editor in Chief

October 5, 2014

Burning. The smell of torture, betrayal, and -isms fading into ashes. A pair of eight year-old eyes cling to her suitcase of trinkets, and watch the scene of a world caving in. The only world she knows. A story about humans--every detail, every flaw--emanates from each trinket, and fills the pages of Anthony Marra’s debut novel, “A Constellation of Vital Phenomena.”

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus comes to SLC

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus comes to SLC

Aaron Dufner, Reporter

October 5, 2014

Red Jumpsuit Apparatus is an alternative band and has just released their fourth album titled Four. It was released on July 4th. It hit number one on the Christian radio first week. It’s topping charts with there single Right Direction. They’ve been touring with Hawthorne Heights on the Hope Revolution...

New multi-player game Destiny released

New multi-player game Destiny released

Ethan Castro, Reporter

September 27, 2014

On Sept 9, Bungie released its newest next-gen game: Destiny, and has been released for the Playstation 3, 4 and the Xbox 360, Xbox One. Destiny is set in the distant future. The players are able to explore the ancient ruins of the solar system from Old Russia on Earth, the red dunes of Mars, the lunar base on Earth’s moon, to the exotic jungles of Venus.

Mortal Instruments books appeal to a wide array of readers

Mortal Instruments books appeal to a wide array of readers

Harmony Hankins, Reporter

September 27, 2014

One of the most successful authors of the year, Cassandra Clare first made herself known when “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” was first published in 2007. The series is about a teenage girl named Clary Fray, whose adventure starts when she witnesses a murder involving three other teenag...

Salt Lake Comic Con breaks records

Salt Lake Comic Con breaks records

Megan Breneman, Entertainment Editor

September 26, 2014

This year the anticipation in fans for the Salt Lake Comic Con was high and the event seemed to uphold its expectations and reward its participants with thrilling experiences. However, many fans were disappointed when they were forced to wait in a patience-testing line. Comic Con started out rough on Thursday when attendees sacrificed many hours just to be admitted into the building and find the line continued. With the line wrapping around the Salt Palace the hours people waited were between two to four.

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