Letter: Fighting negativity
In order to fight the negativity in the world, I invite us all to talk to ourselves as we talk to others: kindly.
Ben Tullis: The future of Jason Chaffetz and his 3rd Congressional District seat
Chaffetz's announcement that he will not seek re-election affects both the 2018 race in the 3rd District and the 2020 Governor's race.
LDS Perspectives: Balancing religious tensions with Mauro Properzi
Finding a balance between loyalty or commitment to one’s faith and sympathetic openness to other faiths is one of the biggest challenges Mormons face in an age of inclusiveness.
Letter: Safety must come first
The Honor Code does not stop evil people from doing evil things, and it has been used by perpetrators to silence victims and by BYU, intentionally or not, to punish victims.
In our opinion: State needs to solve teacher pay, retention problem
In a perfect world, there would be more guidance from state lawmakers on how to deal with a legitimate crisis in recruiting and retaining a sufficient number of qualified educators.
Letter: Foul language
Sometimes it is easier to use foul language instead of thinking of a substitute, but it will be better for you and those around you to use the substitute.
Letter: Free speech rights
Free speech, although abused to the point of hate speech, should not be limited because it is God-given and no man or government has the right to strip us of this privilege.
Letter: Learn foreign language
I believe learning a foreign language could help reduce mistrust and fear between people.
Putting wishful thinking ahead of public safety
The plan ignores the reality that most of the problem in the homeless shelter area is due to the police not being able to enforce laws due to lack of adequate and appropriate funding of the county jail and district attorney.
Natalie Gochnour: Tear down walls to make a better Utah
We live in a great place that can become even greater. Greatness starts by tearing down the invisible walls that separate our community and contribute to inequality, unequal opportunity and human hardship.