@ The U Newsletter

TIPS FOR THE UPCOMING HOLIDAYS

“The Gnome in Your Home – A Tradition of Kindness,” going green for the season and table talk for the holidays.

Humans of the U: October & November

Sharing compelling stories from the heart of the U’s campus. Read the latest Humans of the U.

SHAPING SNOWSTORM IMPACTS

Researchers, including the U’s Jim Steenburgh, have found shorelines of lakes may help forecasters determine the impacts of lake-effect storms.

 
Student Life
Academic Senate meeting and agenda announced | Support Dreamer Fund 3k walk and run | Pioneer Theatre Company holiday book drive | Nominate students to be featured in “Student Innovations @ the U 2018” | Women Helping Women clothing project | Holiday cards and customized gifts
The Arts and U
Join the School of Music as it ushers in the holidays with diverse and exciting performances this holiday season by the Lyric Opera Ensemble, the Crimson Harp Christmas Concert, the University of Utah Choirs Concert, the Jazz Ensemble Holiday Concert and piano faculty
A Healthier U
Keeping your weight loss goals during the holidays | Migraine mayhem: From a mild annoyance to debilitating pain, almost everyone has experienced a headache | Everything you need to know about laser hair removal
Safe & Sound
This message from the University Fire Marshal is to inform university staff, faculty and students of a Kidde fire extinguisher recall
 

Huntsman arena gets tech upgrade

New tech creates an immersive environment for U students, fans and alumni attending events.

PROTECTION FROM PREDATORY LENDING AT RISK

New analysis by S.J. Quinney College of Law professor Christopher L. Peterson paints bleak picture of consumer protection options if Financial Choice Act of 2017 becomes law.