Student Life

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The U’s legislative wrap-up, summer registration by appointment and Treetop Barbie created by U researcher.

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MARCH MADNESS RETURNS

The Runnin’ Utes have good reason to be excited as they look to make a run in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in a decade. But before the brackets could be set, Larry Krystkowiak and his team opened postseason play in the Pac-12 Tournament at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

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CALL FOR GRADUATING STUDENT STORIES

In anticipation of commencement at the U, University Marketing and Communications is looking for great student stories to help highlight the diversity of our graduating class, showcase the strong work ethic of our students and celebrate the creative energy found across campus.

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U STUDENT TEACHES INNER-CITY YOUTH

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Student dedicating his undergraduate career to becoming an educator and mentoring the underprivileged after noticing glaring financial, social and cultural differences between his own social circles and the refugee population he tutored.

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STUDENT MEDIA HIGHLIGHTS

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This week’s news from dailyutahchronicle.com and K-UTE Radio’s here. Newspapers are available in the large red boxes on campus and download The Chronicle and K-UTE iOS apps for when you are on the go.

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Student Life

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Create a March Madness bracket for chances to win, Red Butte Garden needs volunteers and more.

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OF MICE AND MARIO

On March 9 you can hear more about the work of the University of Utah’s own Nobel laureate, Mario Capecchi, at a pizza and politics event that is part of the “Outstanding Professor Lecture Series,” sponsored by the U’s Hinckley Institute of Politics.

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