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
By Katie Hoskins, Master of Social Work Student and 2014-2015 George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Neighbors Helping Neighbors Scholar Since I first began seeing the participants involved in Neighbors Helping Neighbors, I noticed a strong theme: isolation and loneliness.
The long awaited George S. Eccles Student Life Center is almost complete! On Jan. 12, this state-of-the-art building will be open its doors to multiple gymnasiums, climbing walls, an indoor pool and large areas for cardio and weight training. The
For a few years, the small building across from the Utah Museum of Fine Arts sat dormant. Many U students had never seen the doors open. The place raised questions: why was it never open? Why was there a bicycle
By Preston Radford, Master of Social Work Student and 2014-2015 George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Neighbors Helping Neighbors Scholar Working with the University of Utah College of Social Work’s Neighbors Helping Neighbors (NHN) this year is a privilege
The Marriott Library wants input on how it can best serve the campus community in the digital age. From space and resource allocation to information and technology assessment, make your voice heard, and be entered to win a GoPro, iPad,
This Friday's Crimson Nights goes dark, like spooky, wet-the-bed scary dark. With Halloween around the corner, things may get downright nightmarish at UPC's bi-semester party at the Union, and attendees are encouraged to wear their most fabulous costumes.
Finding a place for your car on campus may seem difficult, especially with parking lots in the Business Loop and next to the Sutton Building closed to construction. And more spots are about to close for construction of the new