Care about the air

“Reach out to your representative, to your city council. Let them know that’s really important to you. That can be important to them because hearing from their constituents really influences how they go about policy making.”

Not Spider-Man, Spider-Goat!

Scientists in Utah are discovering how spider silk can be useful outside of web-making. Bulldog Press reporter Amaia Horyna documented the efforts of JM graduate Danielle Gaztambide at Utah State to harness the biocompatible properties of spider silk.

Up and running – the elevator works again

The elevator was down for a few weeks this fall. Watch this video to find out how the school adapted to meet the needs of students on crutches and in wheelchairs. Also, watch this video to learn how old the elevator is. Hint: The school was built in 1961 but the elevator is actually older than that.

BDP staff on location at Zion National Park

More than 307 million people visited national parks in 2015, according to statistics released by the NPS, breaking its previous record of 292.8 million set in 2014. If Zion National Park in Utah is any indication, attendance at the nation’s sixth most popular park is on pace to be at an all-time high again this year. The Bulldog Press visited the park to find out the impact that all of these visitors are having on this fragile ecosystem.

Meeting Bishop Solis

Senior Foster Dennin interviews Bishop Oscar Solis about his past and his future plans for the Catholic Church in Utah. Bishop Solis also offers some advice to the Class of 2017