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Multimedia archive makes finding U podcasts and videos easy

Did you miss the lecture by Heather McGee, author of “The Sum of Us,” on campus? Curious what Nintendo President Doug Bowser told graduates in his commencement speech? Looking for a campus podcast?

You bring the curiosity, we’ll supply the content!

University Communications has launched a new multimedia archive that provides links to videos, podcasts, expert talks and the weekly video news recap—all in one convenient location. Click here to view the page.

Here’s what is in the archive at present, though we’re constantly adding new content. Please let us know if we’ve overlooked something great that should be added! Email Brooke Adams at with information.

Videos: The video section currently has eight sections ranging from campus tours to campus milestones, health sciences documentaries and Founders Day Alumni Awards.

Podcasts: The archive provides links to 21 podcasts produced on campus, from “Talking Climate” from the Wilkes Center to “Informed Discussions” from the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute and “Hey U,” created by students at the David Eccles School of Business.

News at the U: Here’s where you can find the weekly round-up of news events on campus.

Expert Talks: Our campus hosts incredible lectures, talks and presentations, but it is a challenge to make it to every event. We’ve collected many of the expert talks that have taken place at the U in this category, including selections from The Tanner Lecture on Human Values series, the Hinckley Forums, the Edie Kochenour Memorial event and more.