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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

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


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


Raising Salt Lake’s Granary District

In the current issue of 15 Bytes, University of Utah planning department chair Nan Ellin writes of the experience so far to renew the Granary District, a long-standing industrial


Two U Profs in Top 50 Cre8tv Rit’gTweeters

You can find great creative writing in the bookstore, the library or... on Twitter. "Inspiration in 140 characters? Maybe. Tips, tricks, quips, recommendations, and rapid-fire interaction with some of

1952 “Beast III” Streamliner © Peter Harholdt.

Did You Miss These?

It's a challenge to keep up with everyone and everything going on at the University of Utah. Here is a sampling culled from the U's website today May


Reading Fairy Tales Anew: A Tale of Two Teachers

Collaboration and interdisciplinary research are not uncommon on college campuses these days. However, Christine Jones, associate professor of literature and languages at the University of Utah, and Jennifer

"Women at Work" is a fine press production from Red Butte Press

“Women at Work” — Quite a Work

[caption id="attachment_7135" align="alignright" width="250" caption="Ilustrations by Claire Taylor and Laura Decker"][/caption] Women at Work.  It’s a book – sort of.  It’s a work… a fine-press publication combining prose,


Salt Lake City’s Granary District: Past and Future

On February 17, Mayor Ralph Becker and the University of Utah’s College of Architecture + Planning presented a symposium that focused on exploring the transformative possibilities

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

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