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Welcome Week Ushers in a Brand New Year Welcome to a new academic year at the U. It's going to be a busy first week with each day jammed pack with events to inform,

Mama Mia at Kingsbury Hall

Kingsbury Hall Season 2014

Get ready for another exciting season at The University of Utah’s performing arts center, Kingsbury Hall. This season will feature classic Disney tales, unique musicians, inspiring lecturers and

The Horse at the Natural History Museum of Utah

Explore the Enduring Bond Between Humans and Horses

The Natural History Museum of Utah is pleased to present The Horse. Discover the fascinating story of how humans have shaped the horse and how the

University of Utah Fight Song Through the Years

Our fight song has seen numerous changes since its inception. Take a look at the twists and turns of "Utah Man/Fan" through the years.

Clear the Air Challenge 2014

Team Up to Drive Down Your Miles

Join thousands of fellow University of Utah employees and students by taking part in the 2014 Clear the Air Challenge from July 1-31. The annual Clear the

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Museum of Nobody: Honors College Project

We all know the names Andy Warhol, Leonardo da Vinci and Vincent van Gough. But what about those artists who aren’t as well known and perhaps even considered

The Year In Utah.Edu Web Banners

It's been a busy 2013-14 at the University of Utah. While this is not an inclusive list of all our activities, achievements and accolades over the course of

Service Learning at the U

How Are You Engaged on Campus?

Show and share your most meaningful learning experiences in and out of the classroom! Use the hashtag #U_Engage for a chance to win gift cards to the University

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Members of Pi Kappa Alpha Raise over 13K for Camp for Kids with Cancer

This past fall, members of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Alpha Tau Chapter at the University of Utah held their 25th Kevin B. Kennedy Gameball Run fundraiser.

Breaking Down Sochi – The Science of Ice

When NBC Learn and the National Science Foundation wanted to explain the scientific properties of the playing surface for half of the Winter Olympic sports, they came to

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RedThread Retiring

It’s been a good run all, but RedThread is ready for retirement. We’re consolidating with FYI, our faculty and staff newsletter, to create a comprehensive, campus-wide online publication dubbed @TheU, where you can find information for all of the …

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