The University of Utah

WERE THE FIRST STARS DARK?

Perhaps the first stars in the newborn universe did not shine, but instead were invisible “dark stars” 400 to 200,000 times wider than the sun and powered by the annihilation of mysterious dark matter, a University of Utah study concludes. Read More

November, 2007 from the U

DRUGS AND INJUSTICE

Society’s attitudes toward different drugs and its ways of regulating them are often “inconsistent,” “incoherent” and ultimately unjust, says a new book by a team of University of Utah scholars.
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SOCIAL JUSTICE ACCORDING TO STUDENTS

Honors students are taking civic engagement into their own hands by organizing and leading a symposium on social justice. Read More

The Brookings Institution

WINNING THE RIGHT WAR

The University of Utah 2007-2008 Middle East Lecture Series kicks off this November with a lecture from Philip Gordon, senior fellow for U.S. foreign policy at the Brookings Institution. Read More

20 WEEKS OF SERVICE

As the holidays near and thoughts turn to giving, the Lowell Bennion Community Service Center at the University of Utah is preparing to celebrate more than just the 12 days of Christmas with a 20-week campaign of giving to celebrate the center’s 20-year legacy of service. Read More