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Utah womens soccer sophomore Hailey Skolmoski (19) dribbles through the defense vs San Diego at the Ute Soccer Field on Friday, August 26, 2016

Soccer: Utah Visits Weber State for Exhibition Match

By Emilee White August 12, 2017

Before the No. 20 ranked University of Utah soccer team opens its season next Sunday, the Utes will hit the road to face the Weber State Wildcats in an exhibition match on Saturday, Aug. 12 at 7 p.m. Although...

This flyer from Vanguard America was posted in multiple places on the University of Utah campus. James Fields, accused of driving into a crowd of people, marched wearing Vanguard America apparel on August 12. The group denies Fieldss membership and says shirts were handed out to all those in attendance.

Racist Posters Found on U Campus

By Emily Anderson August 12, 2017

Racist posters were found taped around the University of Utah last week. The flyers were reportedly found in and around the George S. Eccles Student Life Center, as well as outside the J. Willard Marriott...

CEO and Director of Huntsman Cancer Institute, Mary C. Beckerle, PhD, speaks at the Primary Childrens and Families Cancer Research Center Dedication Ceremony at the Huntsman Cancer Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah on Wednesday, June 21, 2017

(Photo by Kiffer Creveling | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Emails Shed Light on Ongoing Huntsman Controversy

By Elise Vandersteen Bailey, Investigative Coordinator August 10, 2017

Emails recently obtained by the Salt Lake Tribune give more insight into the circumstances surrounding the removal of Mary Beckerle from her position as CEO and Director of the University of Utah’s Huntsman...

U Students and Faculty Voice Concerns Over $10 Million Koch Foundation Donation

U Students and Faculty Voice Concerns Over $10 Million Koch Foundation Donation

By Emily Anderson August 7, 2017

The University of Utah will debut the Marriner S. Eccles Institute for Economics and Quantitative Analysis this fall, but some students and faculty are concerned that one of the donations funding the endeavor...

Persistence Led Koskinen from Overseas to Utah

Persistence Led Koskinen from Overseas to Utah

By Scott Funk August 5, 2017

Experience, maturity and height is what the new University of Utah Women’s Basketball commit Elli Koskinen brings to the table. The 6' 5" Finland native will join the Utes for the 2017-18 season, after...

Utah Utes Menss Basketball team cheers in a huddle during a Pac-12 NCAA game vs. The Arizona Wildcats in the Jon M. Huntsman Center, Salt Lake City, Utah on Saturday, Feb. 27,2016

Runnin’ Utes Set for European Tour

By Brittni Meservy August 5, 2017

With hopes to gain experience, bond together as a team and learn what the culture and environment is like overseas, the University of Utah men’s basketball team will embark on a 10-day tour through Europe....

Artist of the Week: U Grad, Ballet Dancer, Novelist

Artist of the Week: U Grad, Ballet Dancer, Novelist

By Madge Slack August 2, 2017

Kara Roseborough is an unusual dancer for the U’s program. Tall dancers face a lot of challenges in an art form designed hundreds of years ago when people were naturally shorter. It's often considered...

Utah wide receiver Darren Carrington II (9) catches the football in front of defensive back Shawn Hansen (35) during the first day of Preseason Football Camp at the U Eccles Football Center in Salt Lake City, Utah on Friday, Jul. 28, 2017. (Rishi Deka  |  Daily Utah Chronicle)

Fall Camp Underway for Utah Football

By Brittni Meservy July 29, 2017

With fall camp for the University of Utah football team getting underway with its first practice on Friday, July 28, it's official – football is back and it’s here to stay. With some offseason changes...

The two researchers — Lisbeth Louderback, assistant prof of anthropology and curator of archaeology at NHMU, and Bruce Pavlik, director of conservation at Red Butte Garden — have discovered something that has been overlooked in the archaeological studies of ancient North Americans. They want to encourage Utahns to plant and cultivate the wild potato.

Researchers Discover Ancient Potato

By Jacqueline Mumford, Managing Editor July 25, 2017

Researchers from the Natural History Museum of Utah (NHMU) and Red Butte Gardens at the University of Utah discovered 10,900-year-old potato starch residue in Escalante, Utah. The findings mark the...

Older Americans More Likely to Engage in Extramarital Sex, U Professor Finds

Older Americans More Likely to Engage in Extramarital Sex, U Professor Finds

By Mckenzie Alder July 19, 2017

According to data from the General Social Survey (GSS), older Americans aged 55 and up have reported higher rates of extramarital sex than younger Americans. Nicholas Wolfinger, a professor in the University...