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John Prendergast delivers keynote for World Leaders Forum at the University of Utah

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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Op/Ed: “Armed Conflict” and War

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

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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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Film: Argentine war three decades ago still touching lives

  From 1976 to1983, human-rights advocates estimate as many as 30,000 people were tortured and killed in Argentina—a result of The Dirty War, when a military dictatorship controlled

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U Biologist: Biodiversity in Turkey, at Risk Yet Largely Ignored

Çağan Şekercioğlu, assistant professor of biology at the University of Utah and named National Geographic Emerging

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Settling In — How to Make a Home While Studying Abroad

”Home” is a tricky word. As children it’s our safe place, as teens we just want to get out. It can be a house or an entire community,

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Studying Abroad: Affording It

When I tell people that my entire year abroad in Sweden is funded by scholarships, “lucky” is often one of the first words off their lips. I personally

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Isolating the Iranian Problem

Casey L. Coombs, who holds a Master of Science in International Affairs and Global Enterprise from the U, is serving a fellowship in New York as United Nations

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Studying Abroad in Sweden: Abba, Ikea, and Me?

My name is Solveig Rundquist and I am a Ute. Born in Salt Lake City and raised my entire life in Utah, I’m a desert girl through and

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Russia Blocks UN Action in Syria

Casey L. Coombs, who holds a Master of Science in International Affairs and Global Enterprise from the U, is serving a fellowship in New York as United Nations correspondent

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