The booming LGBTQ movement in Utah – Liberation News

Last month, Utah saw an increase in bigotry and anti-LGBTQ violence. On August 18, a newly married lesbian couple in southern Utah were found murdered after telling relatives about a “creepy” man following them; the matter is being investigated as a hate crime. Five days later, three anti-LGBTQ actions made …

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USU volleyball splits the day at Bay Area Invitational

Next match: in Sainte Marie 11/9/2021 | 2:00 p.m. MORAGA / SAN FRANCISCO, Calif .– Utah State volleyball (5-3) opened the competition at the Bay Area Invitational on Friday, losing to CSU Bakersfield, 3-2, and beating San Francisco, 3-0. MATCH ONEThe Aggies played their third straight five-set game against CSU …

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Utah’s unique redistribution year is upon us

This article is co-authored by Ashley Nash and Kate Hickman. Another decade has passed, and the time has come to redistribute ridings in Utah. For most UVU students, this will be the first time that a redistribution will take place when they are old enough to vote. Now is the …

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BYU fans excited about potential Big 12 move

PROVO, Utah (KMVT / KSVT) – BYU is one of four schools on the radar to join the Big 12. Sports Illustrated reported last Friday that the Cougars, as well as Cincinnati, Houston and UCF are expected to apply for membership this week. We caught up with BYU fans in …

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Park City surprises No.7 East for first win of season

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Park City Miners upset the East No.7 Leopards on Friday night, 24-23. # 7 East 23 @ Park City 24 Park City’s Carson Tabaracci scored two touchdowns in the Miners’ win. With the result, Park City improved to a 1-3 this season and East …

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