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Campus safety resources

After the tragic incident on campus two weeks ago, we want to remind students, faculty and staff about the SafeU website, which provides easily accessible and comprehensive information on a range of topics, from how to report a safety concern to requesting a safety escort.

Standing in solidarity

The support and solace from those across the country, and right here in the state of Utah, have provided rays of light after the tragic death of Lauren McCluskey.

Vote on campus

Voting and same-day registration is available Tuesday, Nov. 6, from 7 a.m.-8 p.m. at the Marriott Library.

Honoring our veterans

The U will pay tribute to 11 veterans at its 21st annual Veterans Day commemoration ceremony, Friday, Nov. 9, 2018.

Mary Parker accepts a position at Kent State University | Campus Sexual and Reproductive Health Care Survey | U math professors named fellows of the American Mathematical Society | Lassonde Institute wins global recognition | Center for Technology & Venture Commercialization partners with PROTECS
Stick to your healthy habits
Real Life Challenge: Building a strong foundation of eating habits | Scary diseases to avoid this fall | Treating hand, foot and mouth disease
‘Big Love’
The U's Department of Theatre presents "Big Love" | salt 14: Yang Yongliang
Walk after dark
The annual Walk After Dark was a great success with 173 participants from around campus

Parking changes

Find out how several parking changes taking place this fall could impact you.

Where is the line drawn?

Legal experts debate the extent of First Amendment protections on college campuses.

Defenders of the dark

This week, members of two international organizations dealing with the issue of light pollution will convene in Snowbird.