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U Students to Show Off Latest Video Game Projects

Students from the University of Utah’s nationally recognized Entertainment Arts and Engineering (EAE) video game design program will be showing off their latest gaming creations, ranging from a horror title that takes place in Dust Bowl Oklahoma in the 1930s, to a mobile app that teaches teens the importance of having health insurance. Read More

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University of Utah Student Video Game Nabs First Place

Student video game developers from the University of Utah’s Entertainment Arts & Engineering (EAE) video game program have won Best Student Game in the Serious Games Showcase & Challenge in Orlando. The award was announced Thursday, Dec. 4, for their two-player action game, “Cyber Heist.” Read More

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U Partners with BYU to Win Prestigious U.S. Department of Education Grants

The University of Utah, in partnership with Brigham Young University, has been awarded prestigious four-year grants from the U.S. Department of Education to support international education and language study in Utah. Grant funding totals $6.6 million, $4.6 million of which is earmarked for student scholarships. Read More

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Mormons in a Changing Religious Landscape

How do Mormons fit into a society where religious distinctions have blurred and secularism is on the rise? With their high levels of religious devotion and solidarity, Mormons in America are increasingly “peculiar.” Does their peculiarity come at a price? Did Mormonism cost Mitt Romney the White House? How has Mitt Romney’s campaign affected popular perceptions of Mormonism? Read More

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Family Reading Room Designed With Children In Mind

Sept. 30, 2014 – Carrying a full load of college course work is stressful enough, but imagine adding to that the element of raising young children. Approximately 25 percent of University of Utah students have children before graduating, and the U’s Marriott Library is taking measures to accommodate and support these especially busy students. The Read More