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Partners in the Park Connects the U with West-Side Neighborhoods

The University of Utah Neighborhood Partners presents "Partners in the Park", a five-week summer program that brings faculty, staff, students and west-side residents

University of Utah Faculty & Staff Honor the 150th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address

To honor the sesquicentennial of one of the most important speeches in U.S. history, University of Utah faculty and staff recited the Gettysburg Address in partnership with

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World Leaders Lecture Forum: The outlook in Africa

As part of the World Leaders Lecture Forum, the Tanner Humanities Center welcomed human-rights activist and best selling author, John Predergast to the University of Utah to discuss

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Take a Longer View of Election Day

The 2012 American elections are finally upon us. A new book by a University of Utah professor provides anopportunity to step back from the immediacy of debates, campaign ads and stump

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Expanding Your Food View, and Your Worldview

If a three-year waiting list for class admission is any indication, a chef and a registered dietician who also holds a master's degree in public health, may together be teaching one

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World Premiere “Find and Sign” Opens Jan. 13

Ed note: Find and Sign has come and gone, but more theater is in store. Read Ben Fulton's preview of Emma, the next

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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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Our Collective Responsibilities for Those Struggling with Suicidal Thoughts

By David Derezotes, Professor, College of Social Work, University of Utah Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released research findings that Utah had the highest

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Still Dreaming: 48 Years After MLK’s “I Have A Dream” Speech

In the years since Martin Luther King delivered an historic speech on August 28, 1963, much has changed, but much still remains to be done. In an essay recently appearing

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Utah’s Ambivalent Policy Toward Integrating Immigrants

This essay by Kenneth P. Jameson was first published by the Russell Sage Foundation as is reprinted here with permission. In 2008, the Foundation awarded funds

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