@ The U Newsletter

Determined, genuine and kind: The legacy of Lauren

The University of Utah campus joins together to mourn the loss of student Lauren McCluskey.

Campus shooting update

The University of Utah held a press conference to update our campus community and the public on the status of the police investigation into the fatal shooting of student Lauren McCluskey.

Ranked among the best

The U is ranked No. 11 in the nation for best value in the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings for 2019, the first year the list includes rankings according to value.

The fight against cancer

New technology at the Huntsman Cancer Institute will soon be able to treat young cancer patients with more targeted radiation therapy.

Domestic and Dating Violence Awareness Month continues | Upcoming Academic Senate meeting and agenda | Utah Football's story told in 2019 Print & Mail Services calendar | Campus Sexual and Reproductive Health Care Survey | Virtual kidnapping scams on the rise | Election-related media requests | Faultline Film Awards is open for submissions | Nominations, awards and grant deadlines approaching
Building a strong foundation of eating habits
Real Life Challenge: Building a strong foundation of eating habits | Healthy snack choices
Get your flu shot
If you were not able to get your flu shot at Employee Appreciation Day, you can stop into RedMed for one of their October flu clinics
Hazard report
If you see a condition that might result in harm or damage to property or equipment, report it

Costume with care

Irene Ota, diversity coordinator in the College of Social Work, breaks down some of the issues around cultural appropriation and suggests ways we can celebrate Halloween respectfully.

Humans of the U: July-October

Sharing compelling stories from the heart of the U’s campus. Read a round-up of the latest Humans of the U.

9 not-so-spooky bat facts

With Halloween around the corner, Teri Orr, a postdoctoral researcher in the School of Biological Sciences who studies bats, dispels some myths that make people fear them.