On this edition of Cache Rendezvous and our last show of the semester, we'll take you out of our studio and into the world of comic books. We go out to the streets to see if pick-up lines really work and you might even pick up a few dance moves. All that and more -- on your Cache Rendezvous.
Producer: Becky Eisenhower
“While the memory of the attacks has hung heavy over Boston through a week of events leading up to the race, [Desiree] Linden said it wouldn’t affect her thinking come race day.
“‘That’s a backward thought process,’ said Linden, who in 2011 finished in second place, missing victory by two seconds. ‘I don't need a terrorist event to be motivated. I’m inspired by the city and the people and I’ll honor that ...
“‘Boston is such a big event in itself that you don’t need extra motivation, especially not that kind.’”
—Scott Malone, “Boston Marathon looks to emerge from shadow of 2013 bombing,” Reuters, Sunday, April 20, 2014
Apr 03, 2014
Phrases like, “You are too pretty to be gay,” “Why are you brown?” and “You will get the scholarship because you are black” were featured on posters at the Access and Diversity Center on Friday. Students created posters like these in preparation of an event called Changing the Fate at Utah State. Read More