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The Stigma of Food Stamps

By Lindsay Gezinski, Assistant Professor, College of Social Work, University of Utah How many times have you heard a statement like this? “A friend of a friend

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U Libraries Help Lead the PAC

As the University of Utah formally enters the Pac-12, its three libraries can proudly say this move continues an already well-established collaboration with peer institutions

Like a Boss

Want to be the King of the Mountain? U now offers resort management class

Ahh, the dream job, skiing (and/or snowboarding) all day, every day, and getting paid like a boss to do it... Well, now there’s a class for that. The

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Getting excited to view new Antarctic data

In just a few more days, the Antarctic expedition team will begin their trip home.  When they get back to New Zealand and finally Salt Lake City, familiar

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Employment numbers–down for the count

We've been down so long, it's beginning to look like up to the stock market.  For the week of Nov. 29 to Dec. 3, the Dow rose 290

Mount Erebus, our resident volcano, towers above our camp on a sunny day yet disappears completely in the snow.  The summit elevation of Mount Erebus, is 12,448 ft (3,794 meters).  Photo credit: Cindy Furse

Fire and Ice

Antarctica in its spring time is a supremely beautiful, wild, rugged landscape.
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Live from Antarctica Week 4

Antarctica Math-pedition team members check in with with Tim Hughes, host of KSL Outdoors. The program airs Saturdays from 6:00 to 8:00AM on 1160 AM in Salt Lake

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Measure for Measure: we get down to business

We took our first measurements today (ed. 11/29/2010), and it was incredible to see what determination and a good set of minds can accomplish.  We worked out a

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Live from Antarctica weeks 2 and 3

Antarctica Math-pedition team members check in with with Tim Hughes, host of KSL Outdoors. The program airs Saturdays from 6:00 to 8:00AM on 1160 AM in Salt Lake

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Antarctica: Go green or go home

 We have learned so much about conservation since we arrived. Since Antarctica has such a large impact on the earth’s ecosystem, scientists who work here implement stringent measures

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