Author Archive

Panel on Homelessness in Salt Lake City and Updates to Operation Rio Grande

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Air dates: March 7 ~ 10, 2018) —The Hinckley Institute recently hosted a panel addressing Homelessness in Salt

Hungry? Meet Hello Eats

The Bottom Line (Re-Air Date: March 6, 2018) – Gabe Gundersen believes he has a better meal-ordering platform for hungry restaurant patrons,

College Affordability and the “Free” College Movement

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Re-Air dates: February 28 ~ March 3, 2017) — Do you have college loan debts? If the

Bryan Brandenburg – Artist, Game Designer, and Co-founder of Salt Lake Comic Con

The Bottom Line (Re-Air Date: February 27, 2018) –Few events have suddenly turned so wildly popular – and profitable – as Salt

McKay Coppins: Media in the Age of Trump

(Re-Air dates: February 21 ~ 24, 2018) — McKay Coppins is a political journalist and writer for the Atlantic. He authored the

Utah and the Business of Making Movies

 (Re-air Date: February 20, 2018) Filmmakers have long appreciated Utah’s majestic landscapes for imagining the “old West,” an alien planet, or a

Systemic Racism: a panel discussion addressing what it is, where it is, and its impact

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Re-Air dates: February 14 ~ 17, 2017) —The Hinckley Institute recently hosted a panel addressing systemic racism. 

From Headphones to Wood-Fired Grills: Jeremy Andrus, CEO of Traeger Grills

The Bottom Line (Re-Air Date: February 13, 2018) – Before Jeremy Andrus discovered Traeger Wood Pellet Grills through a search fund, he

Is Free Speech Worth It?

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Re-Air dates: February 7 ~ 10, 2017) — It’s generally understood that free speech is a right all Americans

How to Get People to Eat Bugs, and Like It

The Bottom Line (Re-Air Date: February 2, 2018) – How do you launch a sustainable food revolution? Perhaps it requires a good