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Utes Soccer Strike On with Coach Manning

Utes Soccer Strike On with Coach Manning

By Carlos Padilla, Sports Writer

October 1, 2019

A sports team is structured much like a military platoon. There are the athletes ⁠— the foot soldiers ⁠— who bravely charge into war week after week. The athletes follow their skills coaches ⁠— the lieutenants ⁠— who are tasked with ensuring the players are ready to compete. At the top...

A Star on the Rise: Getting to Know Makayla Christensen

A Star on the Rise: Getting to Know Makayla Christensen

By Carlos Padilla, Sports Writer

September 23, 2019

When asked if they would like to be interviewed, most athletes would jump at the opportunity to steal the limelight. However, when Makayla Christensen is in the middle of beating her friends in a pre-practice game of foot volleyball, the interview can wait. Christensen, currently a sophomore with...

Paul Reeve Named Latter-day Saint Studies Chair

Paul Reeve Named Latter-day Saint Studies Chair

By Nicholas Rush

April 8, 2019

  The first-ever professor of Latter-day Saint studies at the University of Utah, award-winning author Paul Reeve, has been appointed chair of the Latter-day Saint Studies Steering Committee. According to the Tanner Humanities Center, the committee was initiated in 2010 to “encourage vibrant...

The Humble Heart of Erika Bean

The Humble Heart of Erika Bean

By Leilani Gastelum

February 7, 2019

  This past year, senior point guard Erika Bean has stepped up on the court as a leader on the University of Utah women’s basketball team. “This year it has been really cool to see her step forward leadership-wise,” said head coach Lynne Roberts. “She has always been kind of quiet. T...

Jayce Johnson Steps into New Leadership Role

Jayce Johnson Steps into New Leadership Role

By Leif Thulin

November 9, 2018

  The University of Utah Runnin’ Utes team features a unique blend of youthful talent and veteran leadership that should allow for a successful season battling with the likes of the Pac-12 conference. With the impressive, touted incoming class and Sedrick Barefield’s return, the presence...

Williams: Preventing False Narratives About Eating Disorders

Williams: Preventing False Narratives About Eating Disorders

By Brook Williams

January 29, 2018

There are several widely spread misconceptions about eating disorders. Many of these misunderstandings can cause harm to people with and without eating disorders due to the way media portrays them, so it’s important to focus on what should be done to help. For survivors and people struggling with an...

U Professor Promotes Sustainability Awareness

U Professor Promotes Sustainability Awareness

March 5, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Nalini Nadkarni is a professor in biology and the director of the U’s Center for Science and Mathematics, but most of all, she’s an earth conservationist. POPULAR STORY: U'S WOMENS'S WEEK AIMS TO EMPOWER Nadkarni received her bachelor’s in biology from Brown University in 1976 an...

Oliver Anderson: Working Hard to Be a Student

Oliver Anderson: Working Hard to Be a Student

March 3, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Wake up, work out, do homework, go to class, finish work, complete more homework, go to bed and repeat. TOP STORY: APPLE BRINGS DIVERSITY TO THE DIGITAL WORLD WITH EMOJIS This describes a typical day for Oliver Anderson, a senior in sociology and human development. Anderson works as a Resident Advisor...

U Student Shines in Social Setting

U Student Shines in Social Setting

January 11, 2015

  Isabella Bean, a sophomore in business, is just one of more than 30,000 students on campus, but the large numbers don’t intimidate her. She likes the big student body at the U, particularly because she enjoys meeting a variety of new people. “The U is populated by many diverse cultures. W...

In the Line of Fire

In the Line of Fire

August 6, 2014

It was two in the afternoon, and Milena Rockwood couldn’t see the sun. On that day in late June 2002, the sun should have been just past midpoint in the sky, blaring down with heat and intensity. But behind a billowing cloud of white smoke, it disappeared from sight, creating an overcast day from...

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