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‘She Kills Monsters’ Delights with Foes, Friends and Fears

‘She Kills Monsters’ Delights with Foes, Friends and Fears

By Kate Button, Arts Writer

January 17, 2020

  This article contains mild spoilers for "She Kills Monsters." When you think about grief, turning to a game of Dungeons and Dragons might not seem like an obvious coping mechanism. But, as Agnes Evans (Piper Salazar) mourns the loss of both of her parents and her younger, self-identified...

TEDxSaltLakeCity in Review

TEDxSaltLakeCity in Review

By Angelyn Ramos, News Writer

September 25, 2019

  For the past several years Salt Lake City has hosted its very own TEDx event, TEDxSaltLakeCity. This year's TEDxSaltLakeCity the University of Utah hosted the seventh annual event at Kingsbury Hall on Sept. 21, 2019.   Intro The day began with a moment of silence in honor of the ...

Putting Their Best Foot Forward: Complexions Contemporary Ballet

Putting Their Best Foot Forward: Complexions Contemporary Ballet

By Abigail Raasch, Arts Writer

April 22, 2019

  Complexions Contemporary Ballet Company “blends methods, styles and cultures from across the globe, and the result is a continually evolving form of dance that reflects the movement of our world —  and all its cultures — as an interrelated whole” according to Gibney Dance. UtahPresents, ...

‘Dialogues Des Carmelites’ Tells the Story of Strong Women in the Face of Fear

‘Dialogues Des Carmelites’ Tells the Story of Strong Women in the Face of Fear

By Hannah Keating, Arts Writer

April 21, 2019

  The University of Utah Lyric Opera Ensemble and Utah Philharmonia presented Francis Poulenc's opera in three acts "Dialogues des Carmelites" at Kingsbury Hall from April 19 to 20. "Dialogues des Carmelites" follows heroine Blanche de la Force, a young woman who joins a convent during the Reig...

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. ...

Dancers Will Take Over the U at the Upcoming ACDA Conference

Dancers Will Take Over the U at the Upcoming ACDA Conference

By Abigail Raasch, Arts Writer

March 6, 2019

  Spring break is upon us. What does this mean? As most students will depart from the University of Utah, leaving it barren and lifeless, 530 collegiate dancers and their adjoining faculty will be taking over campus. The American College Dance Association (ACDA), founded in 1973, will be hosting their Northwest ...

Arts Calendar: March 2019

Arts Calendar: March 2019

By Hannah Keating and Christopher Payne

March 4, 2019

  "Chicago Nights" Odyssey Dance Theater Feb. 27, March 1, 7, 9 The Odyssey Dance Theater will bring Chicago to life in the midst of the roaring twenties with “Chicago Nights.” Prepare yourself for the mobsters, violence and jazz of the 1920s presented through dance. This work is dir...

Banff Film Festival: Adventurers and Art Lovers Rejoice

Banff Film Festival: Adventurers and Art Lovers Rejoice

By Sofia Sant'Anna-Skites

February 22, 2019

  Whether or not you consider yourself to be an “outdoorsy” person, The Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival will leave you craving your own adventures. The festival began in 1976 and has been held as an international outdoor film competition and presentation every year since in Banff, Albe...

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...

‘Humans of New York’ Creator to Speak at the U

‘Humans of New York’ Creator to Speak at the U

By Katie Buda

February 1, 2017

Brandon Stanton, originator of the internet-famous Facebook page, Humans of New York, will speak at Kingsbury Hall March 9 at 12 p.m. Named one of Time Magazine's 30 Under 30 People Changing The World, Stanton boasts 17.8 million likes on Facebook for his popular photojournalistic work. Humans of New York emerged as a Facebook Page, documenting the lives of random...

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