STUDENT MEDIA HIGHLIGHTS

ROWE’S FAMILY PUSHES HER TO ALL-AROUND LEVELChris Ayers
Heading into last summer the future didn’t look very bright for Red Rock sophomore Baely Rowe.

During her freshman season, Rowe hadn’t lived up to her coaches’ expectations, and concern was creeping in if she ever would become the gymnast the Utah coaching staff thought she could be.

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AND THE AWARD FOR BEST BUILDING GOES TO…
Student Life Center BuildingSince the center opened its doors on Jan. 12 a steady flow of students have been coming in and out. Ying Tan, a sophomore in sociology and marketing, goes to the center often, and she particularly likes the rock climbing wall.

“When you walk inside of the Student Life Center, it’s like you are in a completely different world,” Tan said. “You leave the world of books and tests and deadlines behind, and you walk through the doors and have a place to exercise and let go of the stress.”

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U STUDENT WRITES FRIEND LETTER EVERY DAY FOR MORE THAN A YEAR— Photo Courtesy of Gina Allyn
When Emma Jackson received her mission call from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to South Carolina, her best friend Gina Allyn came up with a way to talk to Jackson while the two were apart.

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Lunchbox Concert- KUTEThis week ASUU, K-UTE Radio and Student Media present the Lunchbox Concert Series. Come to the Union food court from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Wednesday to jam and get free pizza.