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Obama?s roots: A tour of a Democratic nominee?s home city

By Jed Layton and Thomas Nelson, Hinckley Institute Journalism ProgramCHICAGO8212;Visiting Chicago might not reveal the complete life story of Barack Obama, but viewing a few scenes of his past does reveal...

New UTA Ed-Passes ready for pick up

By By Isabella Bravo, Staff Writer September 10, 2008

By Isabella Bravo, Staff WriterThe new UTA Ed-Passes are here...finally. The UCard Office, Commuter Services and the University Campus Store are now issuing the passes to students, faculty and staff.While...

Redfest goes green

By By Michael McFall, Staff Writer September 9, 2008

By Michael McFall, Staff WriterThe fall music festival Redfest is named to represent U school spirit, but this year the name Greenfest wouldn't be far off.The Associated Students of the University of Utah's...

U ranked 3rd most ?wired? school in the nation

By By Niccolo Barber, Staff Writer September 9, 2008

By Niccolo Barber, Staff WriterThe U recently ranked among the top three most "wired" campuses in the nation, according to a survey done by PC Magazine in conjunction with the Princeton Review. The U placed...

Bleed Red kicks off to record numbers

By By Dan Treasure, Staff Writer September 9, 2008

By Dan Treasure, Staff WriterThe ARUP Bleed Red blood drive started off with record numbers Monday for the Utes in the annual competition against Utah State University. Since the event started six years...

U professor punched after intervening in knife fight

By By Michael McFall, Staff Writer September 9, 2008

By Michael McFall, Staff WriterA professor was punched in the face twice after trying to stop a knife fight.Luke Garrott, a political science professor and City Councilman for Salt Lake District 4, tried...

UTA accommodates for morning bike crowds

By By Isabella Bravo, Staff Writer September 9, 2008

By Isabella Bravo, Staff WriterAs U commuters crowd UTA's University TRAX line, FrontRunner commuter rail and buses, their bikes often block the doorways. TRAX cars, designed to hold two bicycles at each...

U research leads to better understanding of stem cells

By Lana Groves, Asst. News EditorFlatworms may not have the brain power of humans, but their regenerative capabilities have helped U researchers further understand fundamental functions of stem cells....

Faculty find it easy to park

By By Michael McFall, Staff Writer September 9, 2008

By Michael McFall, Staff WriterMost U faculty and staff members have an easy time finding places to park on campus. There are, however, are a few wrenches in an otherwise convenient setup."Most of (the...

Public transportation filling up

By By Isabella Bravo, Staff Writer September 9, 2008

By Isabella Bravo, Staff WriterBike racks, buses and trains are filling up. These alternative modes of transportation are becoming top choices as high gas prices motivate U commuters to leave their cars...