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David Eccles Business School’s MBA Program Jumps 20 Spots in Bloomberg Rankings

David Eccles Business School’s MBA Program Jumps 20 Spots in Bloomberg Rankings

By Claudia Robles

November 14, 2018

  The David Eccles School of Business is known as an impactful program at the University of Utah. Due to its prestige, its MBA program has recently jumped rankings and continues to catch the attention of the country. Named after the U of U’s first entrepreneur, David Eccles, the program...

Construction on the U’s Newest Dorm Begins

Construction on the U’s Newest Dorm Begins

By Kaylara Benfield

November 9, 2018

  Back in 2008, the University of Utah released its campus master plans for the future.   The primary goal of the plan, in respect to student housing, is to create developments of single-student apartments at key locations on campus. The South Campus Village, the site near where the modern-da...

U Prepares to Host an International Education Week

U Prepares to Host an International Education Week

By Jacqueline Mumford

November 2, 2018

  The University of Utah will host its first campus-wide, organized International Education Week from Nov. 12 through Nov. 16. International Education Week is a nationwide initiative, spearheaded by the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Education. Its mission, according to t...

Lassonde Gears Up for Another Round of the Opportunity Quest Competition

Lassonde Gears Up for Another Round of the Opportunity Quest Competition

By Claudia Robles

November 1, 2018

  Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute is gearing up for their annual statewide Opportunity Quest competition. This competition, hosted by Lassonde and sponsored by Zions Bank, allows students and future entrepreneurs to put their skills to the test through a business model executive competition....

Patience: Schools that Teach Protest Should Allow Protest

Patience: Schools that Teach Protest Should Allow Protest

By Alisa Patience

March 6, 2018

The Parkland Florida school shooting has inspired students at schools all over the country to participate in school walk-outs as a form of peaceful protest against the government's inaction regarding gun violence. These walk-outs have caused school administrators to threaten their students with detention...

Patience: Top Nine Best Types of Students

Patience: Top Nine Best Types of Students

By Alisa Patience

December 8, 2017

It's easy to get caught up in everything that annoys us about school, especially during this time of year. But I would like to take some time to thank those who aren't annoying, those who actually make us feel better about school throughout the stress of finals. This list is not in any specific order...

Barber: The U’s Night Bus System Poses Danger to Students

Barber: The U’s Night Bus System Poses Danger to Students

By Shaelyn Barber

October 30, 2017

I think it’s a pretty widely accepted fact that the shuttle system at the University of Utah is not ideal. Between inconsistent schedules and inconvenient times, the buses are somewhat of a struggle for students on their way to and from class. Somehow you’re either 20 minutes early for class or f...

Patience: Textbooks Should Not Be An Additional Cost to Tuition

Patience: Textbooks Should Not Be An Additional Cost to Tuition

By Alisa Patience

September 1, 2017

As school starts up our wallets begin to empty once again. The most stressful part about college for me isn't driving 45 minutes every day to commute or writing final essays. It's getting textbooks. It's no secret that textbooks can be expensive, and of course, there are ways to work around it. There...

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