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Madson Ticket Officially Disqualified, Primary Elections to No Longer Take Place

Madson Ticket Officially Disqualified, Primary Elections to No Longer Take Place

By Natalie Colby, News Writer

February 18, 2020

  At an Associated Students of University of Utah Supreme Court hearing on Feb. 17, the Madson ticket — Kaden Madson, Delaney Horchover and Chandler Blount — was officially disqualified from the ASUU presidential race as the court ruled in favor of the elections registrar Audrey Stegman.  ...

What Goes into an RHA Event?

What Goes into an RHA Event?

By Natalie Colby, News Writer

February 16, 2020

  On every on-campus student’s tuition bill there is a $30 fee. That fee goes to fund the Residence Hall Association and the several events they host every semester. RHA is responsible for hosting large events at the start of the year, such as a movie night on the field of Rice-Eccles Stadium...

Our Favorite Campus Eats for the Starving Student

Our Favorite Campus Eats for the Starving Student

By Madge Slack, Palak Jayswal, Josh Petersen, Marshall Falkner, Abigail Raasch, Alaikia Marielle, Christopher Payne, Alison Myers, Yixin Song, Ray Gill, and Sofia Sant'Anna-Skites

April 2, 2019

  It's a well-known fact that food is necessary for survival. However, until the age of nearly 18, and sometimes older, we don't control this all-important factor in our success as a species. Our food is cultured, prepared and served to us by various forms of authority: parents, cafeteria ladies,...

Brown: The Contract We Have With ‘University of Utah Dining Services’ is a Rotten Deal

Brown: The Contract We Have With ‘University of Utah Dining Services’ is a Rotten Deal

By Jacob Brown

March 31, 2019

  The University of Utah has been radically growing as an institution. It shows in the U's total net position (assets minus liabilities) having increased by over $1.4 billion (35 percent growth) since I first enrolled in 2014. This expansion can be seen all around campus in the recent constructio...

Workman brings ephemeral artwork to PHC plaza

Workman brings ephemeral artwork to PHC plaza

November 10, 2014

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Upon first meeting the unassuming grin of freshman Conner Workman, you would never guess he is the mastermind behind the chalk art that appears in front of the Peterson Heritage Center every other week or so. The “doodles,” as Workman calls them, have run the g...

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