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Over the last year, many classes at the University have been forced into online synchronous formats, which is meant to replicate an in-person lecture with students and professors present on Zoom at the same time. However, defining what a synchronous class is has not been easy, causing the line between synchronicity and asynchronicity to be blurred for both professors and students.
Love is a theme with a large presence in music of all genres, so it is easy to find music to fit any situation you might find yourself in — whether content, unsatisfied, single or in a relationship. This playlist has compiled songs about anticipation, butterflies in stomachs, infatuation, unrequited feelings, the honeymoon stage, complication of relationships, breakups and anything else you might be feeling on this day that celebrates love.
Virgil Wood, author of the book “In Love We Still Trust: Lessons We Learned from Martin Luther King Jr., and Sr." reflected on racism, religion and his own experiences fighting for civil rights in an hour-long webinar held Thursday. During the discussion, Daniel Fairbanks, Utah Valley University biology professor and sculptor, created a clay sculpture of the Liberty Bell as a representation of Wood’s discussion on the importance of common voice — which King represented and led during the Civil Rights Movement.
The University’s Mutual Aid Fund, a collective formed by Student Council last spring to support students in need of financial stability through donations from the University community, has recently received an influx of requests for aid from students totaling over $12,000 since the start of the fall semester.
While detective Sherlock Holmes is a super-sleuth character whom audiences are all-too familiar with, his younger sister Enola Holmes is one whose name most people do not recognize. In the new Netflix original directed by Harry Bradbeer “Enola Holmes,” however, Sherlock, played by Henry Cavill, pales in comparison to Enola, who is portrayed by Millie Bobby Brown. Holmes dominates the screen with her charisma and stubborn determination, which allows her to reject conforming to society — a characteristic which drives the movie forward, and which one can’t help but find endearing in the more conservative setting of the film.