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Undergraduates Present Research to Legislators

Students from the U are presenting their research to the Utah Legislature this week.

Refugee camps should give people opportunities, not take them away

After a Thanksgiving spent reveling in gratitude, a Christmas season surrounded by loved ones and a New Year’s celebration filled with confetti and vows to improve ourselves, many of us, myself included, revert to what comes naturally — complaining.

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Genetic engineering could change our future for the better

Genetic engineering is not something the media normally talks about, and the apparent lack of insight has created a deep-seated fear and many misconceptions about the science behind it and its usage in our society.

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Loveridge gets 1,000th career point with the Runnin' Utes
When Utah forward Jordan Loveridge was playing at West Jordan High School, the Runnin’ Utes weren’t even looking at him.

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Justice Sotomayor Engages Crowd at Huntsman Center
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor was introduced as “a testament to human possibility” when she took the stage at the Huntsman Center.

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Student-Parents Face a Balancing Act
Rachelle Peterson, a double major in international studies and history, and Rachel Bissegger, a history major, are both mothers taking classes at the U. Both are non-traditional students, working toward graduation while raising children.

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