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U’s African Student Association Hosts African Night

U’s African Student Association Hosts African Night

By Amy Loret

April 16, 2019

  On Saturday, April 13, the African Student Association at the U hosted its biggest event of the year, African Night, at the Crimson View in the Union.  According to Madelaine Lamah, a third-year finance and theatre student and a co-chair of ASA, "ASA is a returning student group for African...

ASUU Passes Resolution to Include Campus Safety Info on All U Syllabi

ASUU Passes Resolution to Include Campus Safety Info on All U Syllabi

By Nicholas Rush

April 11, 2019

  With campus safety affairs being all too close to home here at the University of Utah, there is some good news regarding steps to enhance awareness of safety resources here on campus. On April 1, in an Academic Senate meeting, ASUU passed a resolution to include elements related to campus safe...

Buzzing with Excitement: Honors College to Soon Construct Innovative Beehives

Buzzing with Excitement: Honors College to Soon Construct Innovative Beehives

By Connor Applegate

February 22, 2019

  The Marriott Honors Community (MHC) will be installing an artificial beehive during the spring semester. The hive is expected to be the most innovative and academically engaging of its kind on campus. The two “Flow Hives” are coming to the University of Utah as part of a program headed...

Navigation Know-How: Life Hacks for Finding Your Way Around Campus

Navigation Know-How: Life Hacks for Finding Your Way Around Campus

By Madge Slack

February 20, 2019

  For all the freshman, transfer students and non-Utah natives out there, we have bad news: the University of Utah is built on a mountain. This means you will spend a lot of time climbing stairs and walking up hills. When I was a freshman we called it the "negative 15." As innovative college stud...

Starting From the Bottom: Improving Women’s Equality in Utah

Starting From the Bottom: Improving Women’s Equality in Utah

By Amy Loret

February 18, 2019

  Utah made history in 1896 as the first state in the country to elect a woman to a state Senate. It was also one of the first states to give women the right to vote nearly 150 years ago — decades before other states in the U.S. Recently, the Beehive State made headlines once again, but this...

ASUU’s Conference on Diverse Excellence Aims to Unite Students For Justice

ASUU’s Conference on Diverse Excellence Aims to Unite Students For Justice

By Amy Loret

February 2, 2019

  With a theme of "Unite For Justice," this year's Conference on Diverse Excellence (C.O.D.E) brought approximately 150 students together in the Union on Feb. 1 to create dialogue and build consciousness around systems of oppression, privilege and solidarity through a social justice lens. C.O....

Publik Ed’s is Filling Out Big Ed’s Shoes

Publik Ed’s is Filling Out Big Ed’s Shoes

By Hannah Keating

January 26, 2019

  In Sept. 2017, Big Ed’s on University St. abruptly closed its doors. The University of Utah staple's loss disappointed U college students and faculty alike after its 50-year run. The sign on the door facing President’s Circle read “Sorry Restaurant Closed," hardly an explanation for the l...

More Than Decoration: Self Expression and Bumper Stickers

More Than Decoration: Self Expression and Bumper Stickers

By Josh Petersen

January 18, 2019

  Whether you are walking through the parking lot or gazing at the sea of laptops in a lecture hall, bumper stickers are a constant fixture on campus. These little stickers are everywhere and everyone has their own style. At this point, even having no stickers is its own kind of aesthetic choice....

Moving Beyond the Vending Machine: Healthy Campus Eating for the New Year

Moving Beyond the Vending Machine: Healthy Campus Eating for the New Year

By Palak Jayswal

January 11, 2019

  With the beginning of the new year, most of us have resolutions that we want to adopt. Whether they are physical or mental resolutions, anyone who has tried to adhere to a resolution before knows the task isn’t easy. Change isn’t something meant to happen overnight, which is why it’s ...

The Best Skiing in Utah

The Best Skiing in Utah

By Hannah Keating

December 7, 2018

  Skiing is undeniably one of the most popular hobbies on our campus. With the University of Utah being nestled in the perfect location for the activity, many students relish the arrival of the cold weather because it means that ski season is just around the corner. In returning from Thanksgiving ...

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