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Women’s Basketball: Utah Falls to Alabama on Road, 65-60

Women’s Basketball: Utah Falls to Alabama on Road, 65-60

By Juan Jose

November 16, 2017

Forward Megan Huff of the University of Utah women's basketball team continued her dominant 2017 campaign on the road against Alabama on Monday night. She generated plays on both the offensive and defensive sides. Huff went 2-for-2 from behind the arc, and she finished the night with 13 points and eight...

Women’s Basketball: Freshmen Class Positive Addition, Starting Five Undecided

Women’s Basketball: Freshmen Class Positive Addition, Starting Five Undecided

By Juan Jose

November 10, 2017

After playing against each other in practice and then in its exhibition game this past week, the University of Utah women's basketball team is ready to let that preparation show on the court in its 2017-18 season opener. Head coach Lynne Roberts said her team is ready for games to start counting. “It’s...

De Vos Brings International Experience to Pac-12

De Vos Brings International Experience to Pac-12

By Juan Jose

November 9, 2017

Rahiti De Vos of the University of Utah men's swimming and diving team has showed no signs of uncertainty in his quest to bring the program to new heights, despite being far away from home. His journey first began in Europe. “I come from Tahiti, a small island, and swimming is not really big, so...

Swim and Dive: Utah Earns Victory Against UNLV

Swim and Dive: Utah Earns Victory Against UNLV

By Juan Jose

November 5, 2017

Both in and out of the water, senior Jack Burton has been a leader for the University of Utah swim and dive team, and Saturday was no exception. With first and third place finishes in the 100 and 200-yard breaststroke events respectively, Burton led the way for the men’s team in a 171-123 victory...

Women’s Basketball: Utes Crush Carroll College, 46-70

Women’s Basketball: Utes Crush Carroll College, 46-70

By Juan Jose

November 4, 2017

An underwhelming fourth quarter finish dampened what was otherwise a strong outing for the University of Utah women’s basketball team as it won Carroll College, 46-70 on Thursday. The Utes' victory showed a closer win than most of the game indicated. The exhibition game showcased Utah's potential,...

Swim and Dive: Utah Hits Road to Face ASU, Arizona

Swim and Dive: Utah Hits Road to Face ASU, Arizona

By Juan Jose

October 27, 2017

In what will be its first road meet of the season, the University of Utah swimming and diving teams will head to Arizona to compete against No. 8 ranked Arizona State on Friday, Oct. 27 at 5 p.m. MT. Utah will then travel to Tucson for a Saturday meet against Arizona at noon. “We’re excited. First...

Swim and Dive: Utah Falls Short to Stanford

Swim and Dive: Utah Falls Short to Stanford

By Juan Jose

October 21, 2017

For the second consecutive week, the University of Utah swimming and diving team hosted a Pac-12 opponent. On Friday, the reigning conference champion, Stanford, was in Salt Lake City for a meet in front of a packed Ute Natatorium. “First thing I want to point out is the energy and atmosphere here...

Costume Coppin’: 2016 Halloween Costume Preview

October 24, 2016

The word Halloween elicits several childhood memories for most people, but Halloween doesn’t always end there. In college, Halloween is an active holiday that is celebrated through house parties and on-campus events. Employers throughout the city will also encourage the use of a costume while on shift....

Curb Your Off-Campus Cravings

Curb Your Off-Campus Cravings

August 17, 2016

There are quite a few dining options both on campus and downtown. Here are some of the more outstanding dining options with locations near the U, which factor in not only the affordability and quality of the food, but also the experience that comes along with the meal. The Pie Pizzeria 1320 E 200 ...

Cellist Matthew Zalkind Returns Home to Perform at the U

Cellist Matthew Zalkind Returns Home to Perform at the U

June 28, 2016

Coming from a musical family, Matthew Zalkind's decision to pick up a cello wasn't unusual as both of his parents were members of the Utah Symphony. “I started playing when I was very young, five years old to be exact," Zalkind said. "I started because I saw Yo-Yo Ma playing on Sesame Street and I begg...

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