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Farewell, Good Night and Good Luck

Farewell, Good Night and Good Luck

By Brad Bennion, Julie Hirschi, and Kamryn Broschinsky

April 26, 2017

Julie Hirschi Editor-in-chief I had a dream, shortly after Jon Stewart was leaving The Daily Show, where I was hanging out at his house just chilling with him. He had let himself go, no longer in a suit and tie, but was a bit on the scruffy side, wearing a flannel shirt and remodeling his house. I was t...

ASUU Candidates Discuss Campus Safety and Student Voices in Final Debate

ASUU Candidates Discuss Campus Safety and Student Voices in Final Debate

By Brad Bennion

March 3, 2017

On Wednesday, candidates for ASUU president met for a second debate. The three parties competing for office — ACT, Precision, and Unite — answered questions about their campaign platforms, and then went on to answer questions from University of Utah students in the audience. The Precision Party’s candid...

Marriott Library added as new Voting Center

Marriott Library added as new Voting Center

By Brad Bennion

October 18, 2016

Students are some of the busiest people on earth. They wake up early for classes and often stay up very late in order to complete homework and study for upcoming tests. This means that there is very little time for anything other than classes and work. On Nov. 8, every registered voter across the cou...

Comcast is Rolling Out 1TB Data Cap

Comcast is Rolling Out 1TB Data Cap

By Brad Bennion

October 7, 2016

Starting Nov. 1, everyone who subscribes to a Comcast internet plan will be limited to 1 TB of data use per month. After testing different data caps in several markets, Comcast has finally decided that the 1 TB cap would be the most reasonable. Comcast recently sent an email to current subscribers informing...

80s Alumni Celebrate Successes

80s Alumni Celebrate Successes

By Brad Bennion

October 3, 2016

What do a former ambassador to China, a famous author and the president of the National Education Association (NEA) have in common? All three of them graduated from the University of Utah in the 1980’s. According to the U’s Alumni Association, there are currently over 80 alumni they classify as...

Head to Head: Comfort or Fashion?

Head to Head: Comfort or Fashion?

By Brad Bennion

September 28, 2016

[row cols_nr="2"] [col size="6"] Clothes Convey Confidence Kamryn Broschinsky There are cardinal rules that we as children are taught: share, play nice and eat your vegetables. As we grow into adults and prepare to start our own lives, the advice turns into things such as to be respectful, be on time and dr...

Countdown to OSH Demolition

Countdown to OSH Demolition

May 21, 2016

Students and faculty said goodbye to OSH with the conclusion of finals, and plans have begun for demolition. The current objective involves removing all materials from the inside of the building, then crews will tear down the structure during fall semester. Here is an approximate timeline of construction...

Update: Power Outage on Campus

May 19, 2016

At approximately 11:19 a.m., the power to several buildings on campus went out. This was an unplanned occurrence and Rocky Mountain Power worked quickly to resolve the issue. There was a planned outage in two of the housing buildings. Buildings 821 and 822 were transferred from an old utility infrastructure...

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