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Parkin: What College Graduates Wish They Had Known

“College is the best time of your life. When else are your parents going to spend several thousand dollars a year just for you to go to a strange town and get drunk every...

Coleman: Addressing “Reverse Racism”

“It is not possible to be racist against a white person in the United States,” read an article recently published by my colleague, Shaelyn Barber. Strap in, folks, it is time to address the...

Crash-Course on Netflix B-Movies

What is a B-movie? Most people would describe it as a bad movie or — sometimes — a movie that is “so bad it’s good.” This isn’t quite right. B-movies came about during the 1920s to...

Braden: Coming to Terms With The “Athletic Fee”

For Americans, it’s difficult to imagine a college experience without a hefty price tag. Other than the fortunate few who secure full-ride scholarships, the majority of students know the debt awaiting them after graduation....

Applying Your Arts Degree

That moment of joy when you graduate seems shortlived when you’re all of a sudden stuck with an expensive piece of paper and an arts degree that seemingly has no viable job opportunities. An...

From Our Pages

Braden: Black History Deserves Recognition

To say Black History Month has faced an undeserved number of challenges since its belated inception in 1926 is, unfortunately, an understatement. Times have...

Remembering Charles Nabors, the First Black Faculty Member at the U

Nearly 25 years after his death, the work done by Charles Nabors, the first black faculty member at the University of Utah and civil...

GEM Series Raises Awareness for Black Women in STEM

The University of Utah’s Women’s Enrollment Initiative is hosting a conversation on black women in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) elds on...

Patience: History Needs a Rewrite

Though the acknowledgment of other races’ importance throughout history should be a regular, year-round concept, it unfortunately is not. So this February is once...

Getting to Know Ruth Watkins

When University of Utah President Ruth Watkins accepted her position, it didn’t cross her mind she had become the first woman president of the...

Atisme Doesn’t Let Color Define Her

Racial steoreotypes are all too prevalent in the sports world. Alissa Atisme, a senior on the University of Utah track and field team who...
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