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Utah-Based Cupbop Brings Korean Cuisine to Campus

By Allison Stuart, News Writer May 6, 2022

  On a warm spring day, students can be found hanging around the many outdoor areas of campus. You can study, relax and check out some of the many food trucks that are on campus, one of which is...

(Photo by J. Prather | Daily Utah Chronicle)

UAC Deals With COVID-19

By Kayleigh Silverstein, Special Projects Managing Editor, News Writer April 7, 2020

  At first, the University of Utah sent out two emails notifying students about how to protect themselves from the Coronavirus (COVID-19), how to prevent the spread of the virus and also a recommendation...

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The Pull of the U’s Asia Campus

By Kayleigh Silverstein, Special Projects Managing Editor, News Writer February 8, 2020

  Hallyu is the “Korean Wave,” meaning Korean popular culture (including music, cuisine and movies) is spreading all around the world. As hallyu influence grows, students can take advantage...

(Courtesy of the Utah Asia Campus)

Students Transition from the Korea to Utah Campus

By Nina Yu, News Writer December 16, 2019

  The University of Utah Asia Campus regularly accepts international students into the school and its programs. The school also offers its position as a study abroad option for students on the...

U Go Girl on stage.

A Look at Incheon Global Campus’ 2019 Music Festival

By Nina Yu, News Writer November 27, 2019

The Incheon Global Campus held its 2019 Music Festival on Nov. 6. The IGC invited three VIP guests and had multiple students from each of the four schools on campus performing. Korean universities have...

UAC Administrations and Admissions officers pose with officials of Songdo High School after MOU Signing Ceremony. (Courtesy of UAC)

UAC Markets ‘Urban Ecology’ Translated as ‘Urban Planning’ in Korean, Creating Confusion

By Mitch Shin, News Writer September 20, 2019

  The Admissions Office and Public Relations and Marketing Office of the University of Utah Asia Campus have incorrectly translated the Bachelor of Science "Urban Ecology" as "Urban Planning" in...

UAC students who entered in 2019 Spring. Courtesy of UAC.

U’s Asia Campus Sets a New Record for Enrollment

By Mitch Shin, News Writer March 23, 2019

  Ever since the University of Utah Asia Campus (UAC) opened in September 2014, its greatest number of students entered in the spring semester of 2019. According to the information provided...

Andrew Jeong, a reporter for the Wall Street Journal, lecturing students at the UAC.

U’s Asia Campus Hosts WSJ Reporter Andrew Jeong as a Guest Speaker

By Mitch Shin, News Writer March 22, 2019

  Andrew Jeong, a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, visited the University of Utah Asia Campus (UAC) for a special lecture with the UAC community on March 12. He was the first guest speaker...

(Courtesy of Mitch Shin)

Why Religious Studies Isn’t Offered in Korean Universities

By Mitch Shin, News Writer March 21, 2019

  The Utah Asia Campus is ready to accept all of the Salt Lake City campus' systems one by one. Less than five years after its opening, however, it is clear that UAC is not ready to open a department...

(Courtesy of Juliet Demars)

From Utah to Korea: Theater Alumna Thrives in Teaching and Performing

By Madge Slack February 22, 2019

  For many students, graduation is as scary as it is exciting, but Juliet Demars was not intimidated. Demars graduated from the University of Utah in December, 2017 with a B.A. in theater studies....