Fall 2019

FEATURES

floured hands clapping

I promised myself I wouldn’t talk about the food. At least I wouldn’t foodie-fuss the meal for the guests. Nor

illustration of a mushroom cloud and a family sauntering towards a fallout shelter.

LYNN THOMAS WALKS IN THE SPITTING RAIN TO THE DARYL CHASE FINE ARTS BUILDING. His keys jingle as he describes

woman smiles while leaning against glass railing

Crystal Maggelet remembers when she was eight years old moving from their small, modest home in Brigham City to a

An old sign with the phrase "Connecting People to their roots."

Life goes on pretty fast near Red Barn Academy. Cars whiz by the road directly to the west, carrying people to

man stands in a burnt forest after the 1910 Fire.

IT STARTED WITH A MISSING DATASET. Brendan Murphy was listening to a talk about megafires in 2017 when a graph on

family in wedding attire

“Why is there cookie dough under the bed?” my 15-year-old mind wondered as I searched for my shoes, but found

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