Lemmon to Discuss Corporate Governance at Business at Breakfast

On Wednesday, September 4, Assistant Professor of Finance Mike Lemmon, will speak at the Business at Breakfast lecture series on corporate governance issues. Lemmon, the Jake Garn Faculty Fellow in Finance, will present, “The Implications of Legal Systems and Corporate Governance for Investing in International Financial Markets.” Read More

August, 2002 from the U
The University of Utah

Student Tutoring Center Hold Grand Opening

As the school year opens, on-campus organizations blitz the student body with information, contests and free food at the University of Utah. The U’s student government, the Associated Students of the University of Utah (ASUU), is no exception. Read More

Do Sperm Whales Butt Heads for Love?

Male sperm whales that rammed and sank ships – the inspiration for the fictional “Moby Dick” – may have evolved such aggressive behavior when they butted heads in fights over females, according to a study by University of Utah biologists. Read More

Fans to Rally & Ride TRAX to Utah/Indiana Football Game

Getting to a University of Utah football game has never been easier or more fun! The University of Utah and the Utah Transit Authority today announced a partnership that will allow fans to rally in selected TRAX lots before the Utah/Indiana home game and then ride a special train to Rice/Eccles Stadium. Marc Amicone, assistant athletic director in charge of marketing, says the Rally & Ride idea sounds like a winner. “What a great way to get to a Utah football game. We are excited to team-up with UTA and it should be a lot of fun for our fans.” Read More

Ute Fans Participate in “Bleed Red For The Community” Prior to Season Opener

Not only will the University of Utah’s football team go head to head with the Utah State University (USU) Aggies in Logan next week, both university communities, long-time, instate rivals, will go for the most blood–literally–in a competitive blood drive prior to the Aug. 31 game. The winner will secure bragging rights and both schools will replenish much-needed local blood supplies. Read More