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In an effort to reduce the amount of automobiles on campus, improve air quality and promote a healthy lifestyle, the University of Utah’s Commuter Services Office kicked off
Who says corporations and big business can't be environmentally friendly? The U's Office of Sustainability hosted a screening of "
Does connecting everyone in the world to the Internet sound like a good idea to you? Google and Facebook think so. Robert Gehl, assistant professor of communication at
With fall semester 2013 soon upon us, we asked current U students and alumni on Facebook if they had
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Another school year is in the books at the University of Utah. Congrats, people! Now, kick back, relax and reflect on the year in social media at the
Finals Week -- If It Doesn't Kill You, It'll Make You Wiser
Utah, along with much of the nation, is facing an alarming physician shortage. As the only academic training ground for physicians in the state and across much of
Wayne McCormack, professor of law at the University of Utah S. J. Quinney College of Law, weighs in on the recent and widely-discussed U.S. Department of Justice "white paper" on