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Gaming Corner: Pushing the Boundaries of Game Design with Twine

Gaming Corner: Pushing the Boundaries of Game Design with Twine

By Abigail Bowé, Arts Writer

November 10, 2019

No attached price tags. No prior knowledge of a programming language required. Simple enough to learn in under an hour. Many gamers are less familiar with Twine than game creation programs big-budget studios use, like Unity or the Unreal Engine, but this landmark freeware is special in that it makes...

Banned Books Week — Let’s Keep Our Shelves Controversial

Banned Books Week — Let’s Keep Our Shelves Controversial

By Christopher Payne, Assistant Arts Editor

September 23, 2019

  Welcome to Banned Books Week across the country — a celebration and observation of literary censorship.  From Sept. 22 through Sept. 28, people all over our nation are speaking out against censorship and drawing attention to the ongoing controversy of banning books. The Marriott Library...

Good Theatre and Good Monsters: The U of U Theatre Department’s ‘Dracula, the Musical’

Good Theatre and Good Monsters: The U of U Theatre Department’s ‘Dracula, the Musical’

By Abigail Bowé, Arts Writer

September 16, 2019

  From Homer's fearsome beasts to Victorian penny dreadfuls, Grimm's fairy tales to 1980s slasher flicks, monsters appear everywhere throughout the history of storytelling. One can find Stephen King releases on one end of the globe and body horror mangas on another, monster-themed toys marketed...

Rediscover Physical, Fine Art with Book Arts Program

Rediscover Physical, Fine Art with Book Arts Program

By Palak Jayswal, Arts Editor

August 29, 2019

  On the fourth floor of the J. Willard Marriott Library, there’s barely any traffic. The quiet atmosphere up there is not only welcome, but required. You see, there’s some important work happening in the solitude — it’s home to the Book Arts Studio. A step inside the glass-encased s...

Marriott Library Commemorates the Historic Golden Spike

Marriott Library Commemorates the Historic Golden Spike

By Ray Gill, Arts Writer

June 2, 2019

  May 10 marked the 150th Anniversary commemorating the driving of the last spike, known as the Golden Spike, of the Transcontinental Railroad which connected the Pacific to the Eastern railways. State and Nationwide organizations celebrated the connection of the Pacific to the Eastern railways b...

U Librarian Visits U’s Asia Campus

U Librarian Visits U’s Asia Campus

By Mitch Shin, News Writer

May 10, 2019

  Nicole Pankiewicz, a research assistant librarian from the U's Salt Lake Campus, visited the University of Utah Asia Campus (UAC) on April 11. Pankiewicz taught political science in Ohio before she started her librarian job in January 2019. She is dedicated to supporting UAC students in...

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. ...

Sexual Assault Reported On U Campus

Sexual Assault Reported On U Campus

By Amy Loret

March 26, 2019

  Content Warning: This article deals with sexual assault and campus safety. A list of campus resources is provided at the bottom. University of Utah police are investigating a sexual assault that reportedly occurred on the U’s campus. In the victim’s report, a woman described being se...

Former Utah Supreme Court Justice Speaks on Equality at the U

Former Utah Supreme Court Justice Speaks on Equality at the U

By Katelyn Collett

March 12, 2019

  Christine M. Durham, the first female appointed to the Utah Supreme Court, spoke at the sixth annual Aileen H. Clyde 20th Century Women’s Legacy Archive hosted at the U's Marriott Library on March 7. Before her talk, Durham told The Daily Utah Chronicle that she agreed to speak at the event because...

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