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|Feb 26||Spanish for Travelers||Get Details|
|Feb 26||Lighting for Photography||Get Details|
|Mar 4||Keys to Buying Your Home "Right"||Get Details|
|Mar 9||7:30 PM||Virtuoso Artist: Tatjana Mead Chamis, viola; Heather Conner, piano||Get Details|
|Mar 10||Small Space Organic Gardening||Get Details|
|Mar 17||Access Level 1||Get Details|
|Mar 17||Modern Securities Litigation and Halliburton||Get Details|
|Mar 18||7:30 PM||Jazz Combos||Get Details|
|Mar 20||7:30 PM||Utah Philharmonia: Jakob Hofer DMA Lecture Recital & Larry Spell DMA Conducting Recital||Get Details|
The University of Utah (also The U or the U of U) opened under the name "University of Deseret" in Salt Lake City, Utah on February 28, 1850, only to be closed two years later for financial reasons. It reopened as a business school in 1867 and became a full university once again in 1869. The University was renamed University of Utah in 1894 and classes were first held on the present campus in 1900.
The University is known colloquially as "the U." This stands for both University and Utah, and lends its format to the nickname for in-state rival, Brigham Young University, which is known as "the Y." The U. is the flagship Research I institution of Utah, and is one of 10 institutions that make up the Utah System of Higher Education.
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