The year was 1964. Beatlemania had exploded across the United States following The Beatles first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. Building plans had just been drafted for two 110-story towers to be built in New York City that would be called the World Trade Center. The soon-to-be classic musicals, Marry Poppins and My Fair Lady, were dominating the movie box offices. A loaf of bread cost 21 cents, while a gallon of gas cost 25 cents.
Eating healthy can prove to be pretty difficult when you spend a lot of time on campus. With a little bit of planning and dedication, you can be sure that the food that you are eating while you are balancing work, school and a family is going to be nutritionally dense and beneficial for your body.
The Salt Lake City/Murray campus hosted its High School Art Show on May 9, 2013. With over 90 pieces to view the three judges had plenty to go through. I was able to talk to Kate Birch, an art show judge and local artist whose “floral tapestries” have been featured in films and TV shows like Glee and 21 Jump Street. She mentioned, “When you lose art in a culture, things start to deteriorate.” After seeing the effort from two of the young artists who participated in the High School Art Show, it is easy to pick out how art is still benefiting future generations: it teaches.
Want an in-depth view of potential careers and the vast opportunities offered to you? Come to our Career Fair at Salt Lake City/Murray campus of Stevens-Henager College. You won’t be disappointed! We have some great companies attending: Discover, Teleperformance, Comcast, Intermountain Healthcare, and US Bank, to name a few.