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HCZ at JCC dancer

Gypsy Jazz from U Students: Hot Club of Zion

I’m pretty sure gypsy jazz got under my skin the first time I watched the movie “Chocolat.” I mean, there’s something captivating about an Irish gypsy sitting on

Bike to Work Day

Bike to Work Day — May 15

Interested in riding a bike to work but fearful of traffic? Do you need a reason to pull out your bike and get pedaling again? Tuesday, May 15

Abbey book cover

Edward Abbey Now, and Then

All it took to bring a buried 30-year old memory back to life was the picture of a book cover. This particular book cover—of Edward Abbey's “The Monkey Wrench

Find and Sign art

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

Halloween at the U's Bennion Center

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,

Annabelle? Or just Allosaurus?

The Natural Selection

I’ve fondly named her Annabelle. She’s big-boned and stands about 14 feet tall. In her day she ruled the roost, but she’s retired now. Today Annabelle patiently counts

Geneva Taylor on a Recyc Bike collecting from a Ute tailgater.

Transformation – PAC-12 Football and Recycling at Rice-Eccles

This fall is an exciting time for the University of Utah. Joining the Pac-12 Conference means the Utes will have the chance to become one of the nation’s


Your story begins here… ASUU is here to help make it a good one

On a campus of 31,000 students, one person might feel inconsequential. But truth is, every student—whether an undeclared freshman from Park City, pre-med student from Wisconsin, or grad student

Dancers at first Utah Arts Festival, 1977.

Utah Arts Festival and the U

The Utah Arts Festival turns 35 when it begins next Thursday, June 23, 2011.  If you missed the first 34 years, or just want to recall some special memories,

SWAY'D Pre-Show 2

Be ‘Sway’d’ by Temporary Art Works

Enjoy a virtual walk through a no-longer empty lot in downtown Salt Lake City, transformed by Daniel Lyman, University of Utah architecture student. With his design called

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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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