U Architecture Students’ Straw Bale Project Gives Family A New Home

Named after the nine-member family that will occupy it, the Kunga House typifies the ideal of community. Read More

October, 2002 from the U

Free Music, Mile Walk and Costume Ball Just A Sampling Of The U’s Wellness Week Activities

University of Utah students, faculty, staff and the greater community can learn more about health and wellness during the U’s upcoming Wellness Week, Oct. 28 through 31. Read More

U of U Bookstore to Celebrate Faculty Authors

In an effort to showcase the University of Utah faculty’s published work, the U’s Bookstore is sponsoring its first Faculty Author Day on Tuesday, Oct. 22, from 4:30 until 6:30 p.m., at the Bookstore, located at 270 S. 1500 East. More than two dozen faculty authors from diverse disciplines will gather for the event. Read More

Troops to Reenact Camp Douglas for 140th Anniversary

Just as they did in 1862, during the heat of the Civil War, Union troops will set up an encampment at Fort Douglas and prepare to replace Federal troops recalled to the East. The reenactment takes place Saturday, October 26 as part of the 140th anniversary commemoration of the founding of Camp Douglas, later to become Fort Douglas. Read More

Healthy Look at Skatin’ Utes Offered to All

The Skatin’ Utes Hockey Club takes on San Jose State Friday, Oct. 18, 7 p.m. at the Steiner Ice Arena, and at the same time the team will offer free vision screening to the public. Free health screenings are on the schedule for 12 of the 18 home games this year. Read More