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Wrapping up the 2021 Sundance Film Festival

By , Kate Button, Cade Anderson, and Paige Anderson March 2, 2021

  The 2021 Sundance Film Festival was unprecedented, to say the least. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic forced the festival programming to transition to an online format instead of the traditional...

Pandemic Continues to Postpone Tentpole Films, Suppressing Revenues

By Cade Anderson, Arts Writer October 19, 2020

  When the COVID-19 pandemic first took hold of the U.S. back in early March, it made sense that theaters shut down and film projects come to a screeching halt. But few moviegoers had expected...

By Justin Prather, Sports Writer September 17, 2020

  Prather:  What to Consider Performance in last season is one of the best indicators tipping fans to where their teams are headed, and this year it was our only look before week one. That...

By Sammy Mora, Sports Editor September 17, 2020

  Mora: I’ve chosen to stay in the NFC for my hardest division. I believe that the NFC South will be the hardest division to win this year. Not only are two of the best quarterbacks to ever...

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Administration Plans Opportunities to Include Students in the Vice Presidential Debate Across the U’s Campus

By Natalie Colby, News Editor August 17, 2020

  As the University of Utah plans to host the vice presidential debate, which will feature Mike Pence and Kamala Harris, planners are incorporating the debate into different lessons and classes...

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Chung: Trump’s New Executive Order Won’t Make Much Progress on Police Reform

By Stacy Chung June 27, 2020

  President Trump’s new executive order to make “real progress on public safety” is an inadequate policy that initiates no proximate action but merely outlines a set of guidelines to respond...

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Burton: The COVID-19 Pandemic May Land Us in a Brave New Economy

By Logan Burton, Opinion Writer May 22, 2020

  COVID-19 has taken millions of jobs and hundreds of thousands of lives, but there has never been a better time to learn about economics than this pandemic. Governments throughout the world, notably...

Representation and Transparency

By Jacqueline Mumford, Managing Editor April 13, 2020

Kum, Valdes and Amaechi have all served in ASUU for at least one year prior to their campaign and referenced the subsections of campus represented in the governing body.  According to Kum, he will...

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Flipping the System to Sustainability 

By Jacqueline Mumford, Managing Editor April 13, 2020

Even if these big goals are met, ASUU has high turnover. Every year, every seat is up for election. New presidencies fill the executive branch and so do new goals and plans. Kum hopes that his presidency...

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