@ The U Newsletter

Honoring a fallen hero

The U and BYU will be competing on more than the gridiron this week with both schools engaged in a rivalry week scholarship fundraising challenge to honor and perpetuate the legacy of Major Brent Taylor, who was killed in Afghanistan last November.

Celebrating 50 years

Utah Athletics launches a year-long celebration of the U’s famous Jon M. Huntsman Center.

Should gun ownership be limited to the home?

The S.J. Quinney College of Law will host the 36th Annual Jefferson B. Fordham Debate on Second Amendment rights as the nation continues to reel from a string of mass shootings.

The battle for glory

U robotics engineers compete on the hit TV show “BattleBots.”

Making headlines

The U recognizes student achievements with a new tool that shares news with their hometown papers and more.

Science, policy and Jell-O

At a time when the value of education and scientific research is increasingly being questioned by federal lawmakers, encouraging a new generation of policymakers in academia is vital.

Cancer, the biggest rivalry

The members of Pi Kappa Alpha band together for the Kevin B. Kennedy Gameball Run, and the money raised will be donated to Camp Hobé.

Campus Events


U target of racial emails

The U is making every effort to block the sender and ensure the safety of everyone on our campus. We will not allow hate to divide our community and create a climate of fear.

Making Learning Abroad financially possible

Each year, Learning Abroad awards over $250,000 in funding.

Symposium to highlight power of nature to heal veterans

A two-day symposium being presented by the Parks, Recreation and Tourism program will focus on nature’s power to help heal military veterans and their families.

New philosophy of science major

The new major combines scientific discipline with ethical, analytical and logical reasoning.

Huntsman Cancer Institute team receives design award

The communications team received a 2019 American Inhouse Design Award for “Together We Can: 2019 Report to Our Community.”

August Academic Senate meeting

The next meeting is Monday, Aug. 26, from 3-5 p.m.

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Campus Events


Construction & Commuter Updates

Road construction near the Huntsman Cancer Hospital starting soon.

Arts Bash is back, and it’s bigger

Wednesday, Aug. 28, from 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., the arts at the University of Utah are taking over the Marriott Library Plaza with live performances, free food and swag, interactive art and info on how you can experience the arts on campus.

Urgent Care or ER?

Feeling bad is never convenient. Using University of Utah Urgent Care is.

Campus Events


Intramural Sports Registration is open
Register for climbing classes and clinics at The Summit
Lunchbox Concert Series
OED Welcome Week Bash
Hinckley Institute Open House
Utah-BYU Game Watch Party
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