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Opinion: Why Vote? Count the Reasons…

Kirk Jowers, director of the Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah, recently responded to an article in the City Weekly that asserted results of the upcoming elections


Opinion: Who’s guarding the pollution henhouse?

A recent audit of Utah's Division of Radiation Control generated news coverage as well as some debate.  In an op/ed piece in the

Graduate Vocal Quartet Tuutua and Brown

U Opera Singers Parade Skills

Opera is an art form like no other. Performers sing, of course. And often in a language other than English. They also act -- portraying iconic characters and


Get Tested! June 27th is National HIV Testing Day

By Lindsay Gezinski, Assistant Professor, College of Social Work, University of Utah HIV/AIDS has claimed the lives of more than 550,000 Americans. Today, approximately 1.2 million Americans are


Cyber Threat Projection and the Insider Threat: Stuxnet Edition

Experts who theorize about cyber conflict talk about the ability to "project" power in and through cyberspace. They also warn of the danger from the "insider threat," a


Op/Ed: Blame Unrealistic Expectations

The New York Times opinion section online recently tackled the arrest of Staff Sgt. Robert Bales and how it has raised questions about multiple deployments. Would military conscription help


In the News: Pac-12 Winning Utah Big Bucks

A new study documents for the first time the positive economic benefits being generated by the University of Utah's move to the Pac-12 conference. The study, conducted by the


Relive Olympic Memories at Library Exhibit

  The Marriott Library on the University of Utah campus has opened a new exhibit timed to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the 2002 Winter Games, which were held


U of U poet lands grant to digitize and analyze poetry

Data mining? It’s not just a way for Amazon to better understand its customers’ buying patterns. A new research project at the U will apply computer techniques to

View from theatre site is toward 9/11 Memorial.

U Architecture Students: Have Project, Will Travel

“The education of the architect includes a phenomenon called the Design Studio … the core of the curriculum where students are given theoretical projects to design,” begins

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