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Alt-Country Band American Aquarium comes to the Metro Music Hall

Alt-Country Band American Aquarium comes to the Metro Music Hall

By Alison Myers

June 19, 2019

  Maturing as an artist comes with a clearer sense of one's place in the world and the audience one reaches. For BJ Barham, the leader of the alternative-country band American Aquarium, this evolution also comes with a hearty album that generates continuous pride. Almost a year later, Barham...

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...

Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Campus Initiatives To Look Forward To

Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Campus Initiatives To Look Forward To

By Amy Loret

March 30, 2019

  April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and University of Utah students can plan to engage with SAAM in several different ways thanks to initiatives planned by the U's SAAM Committee. Further information and a full list of events during SAAM is posted on the Center for Student Wellness...

April Events Calendar

April Events Calendar

By Madge Slack

March 27, 2019

  The Clothesline Project March 4 - April 27 | Eccles Health Sciences Library The Clothesline Project is an interactive art exhibit currently sweeping universities. A series of T-shirts decorated or designed by survivors or in honor of survivors are on display. The exhibit is free to view. ...

U’s Black Student Union Helping Students Love the Skin They’re In

U’s Black Student Union Helping Students Love the Skin They’re In

By Amy Loret

February 15, 2019

  This past Thursday, Feb. 14, the University of Utah Black Student Union held their fourth event of February to celebrate Black History Month. The event, “Love the Skin You’re In” took place in the U’s Union Equity Lounge. “The inspiration behind the event was to provide space and...

Former President of Mexico Speaks At The U On Strengthening U.S.-Mexico Relations

Former President of Mexico Speaks At The U On Strengthening U.S.-Mexico Relations

By Amy Loret

February 15, 2019

  On Tuesday, Feb. 12, former President of Mexico Vicente Fox delivered a lecture at Kingsbury Hall on “Building Bridges: Fixing the Immigration Issue and Strengthening U.S.-Mexico Relations.” Bob Goldberg, director of the University of Utah's Tanner Humanities Center, introduced Fox...

Total Lunar Eclipse ‘Super Blood Wolf Moon’: What You Need to Know

Total Lunar Eclipse ‘Super Blood Wolf Moon’: What You Need to Know

By Amy Loret

January 10, 2019

  Mark your calendars and get ready to watch the rare ‘super blood wolf moon’ total lunar eclipse on the night of Sunday, Jan. 20, 2019. Lunar eclipses occur when the Earth’s shadow blocks the sun’s light. There are three types — total, partial and penumbral. A total lunar eclipse...

Mixbook’s CreateCelebrate Brings November Holiday Fun

Mixbook’s CreateCelebrate Brings November Holiday Fun

By Adelina Whitten

November 14, 2018

  Thanksgiving is around the corner, yet signs of Christmas have popped up all over the country. Store decorations are in full swing, houses are ornamented with flashy lights and our stress levels are starting to go through the roof. Luckily, Mixbook’s CreateCelebrate Holiday Pop-Up, a special...

Fighting for Equality: The USNC for UN Women’s Walk

Fighting for Equality: The USNC for UN Women’s Walk

By Hannah Keating

November 6, 2018

According to a 2018 study from WalletHub, Utah placed 50th as the best states for women’s equality in the United States, ranking dead last in many of the study’s economic, political and educational metrics. Among the top placing were states such as New York and California, where the U.S. National C...

Fringe Festival Brings Great Live Theatre to Salt Lake

Fringe Festival Brings Great Live Theatre to Salt Lake

By Marshall Falkner

July 28, 2018

Theater: a universal constant through most of human history. From morality plays to kabuki, and William Shakespeare to Tennessee Williams, almost all cultures have some form of theater. We have several long-standing theater festivals in Utah, but one close to home is the "Fringe Festival." Fringe Fest ...

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