We have a very important woman to introduce you to, Ambra Jackson! Aside from being a complete sweetheart, awesome sorority sister, and complete bad a**, Ambra, as Snow Party’s presidential candidate, has earned the opportunity to represent the U of U next year as student body president. Now, let's get to know her a little better!
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For Madison Kristina Bishop, the 2014-2015 school year will be one to remember. She went from being an enthusiast for art and music and a sophomore in college with big dreams, to being faced with a diagnoses that came as a surprise. After pushing off getting a check up for a couple months, she went in to her doctor where she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Now, Madison is cancer free and encourages other collegiette’s to always put themselves first when it comes to health.
Lindsey Smith was Utah's Jr. Miss in 2003 and later became Miss Murray in 2007 while attending the University of Utah. She graduated that...
UGurt. You all know it and you all love it, and we couldn't agree more (I mean, we did have our 1st Birthday Bash there)! UGurt has become a staple for collegiettes who go to the University of Utah, so we couldn't think of anything better than getting to know the amazing minds behind that delicious frozen yogurt. Meet Adam and Sam Webster, our Campus Celebrities, and the co-founders of UGurt!
Lindsay and Lexie Kite both have their Ph.D.’s from the University of Utah and are the founders of the nonprofit organization Beauty Redefined.
U of U student, Kelsy Patrick, was crowned Miss Teen Idaho. Find out what life is like for a pageant queen, and about her amazing cause called, Buckle Up, Phone Down, Arrive Alive, Just Drive.
Bec Rasmussen is a Political Science and Business Marketing major here at the University of Utah. She’s an Alpha Phi, an active Yogi and a...
n honor of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, we at Her Campus Utah are proud to introduce you to Julianne Skrivan, who suffered from and overcame anorexia and bulimia. She is an amazing person, a student leader, and is apart of the Her Campus Utah team. We'd like to thank Julianne for telling us her story, and being so brave for speaking and letting others who are affected by an eating disorder that they are not alone.
Have you heard about the It's On Us campaign? Student MacKenzie Peyton helped bring it to the U of U. We at Her Campus Utah were super excited to talk to her to find out more, and how all of you can get involved.
Napsugar Hegedus is well deserving of the Campus Celebrity title! She is the Director of The Vagina Monologues that can be seen here at the U on February 20th-22nd. We at Her Campus Utah were so excited to get a chance to talk to her about being a Director, and where her amazing and unique name comes from!
Kayla Van Hoose could be your boyfriend's answer to getting you the best Valentine's Day gift!
We are so proud to call one of Her Campus Utah's newest writer and captain of the University of Utah's Model European Union, Rachel Wilson, our Campus Celebrity.
Innovation and imagination is what this weeks Campus Celebrity, Avery Holton, believes in. Avery came to the University of Utah in 2013. He works as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication with research mainly on digital and social media, journalism, and disabilities communication.
We've featured her before for her amazing style, and once as a Campus Cutie. We just can't seem to get enough of her because we are now so thrilled to call her a Campus Celebrity! Krissi is a very talented makeup artist at Sephora in City Creek, and we just couldn't wait to pick her brain apart and find out the best products and techniques to use when doing your makeup. Check out what Krissi had to say!
In 1974, five drunken men sat around together p*ssed off at the fact that they couldn’t get their literary works published. New York publishers were sell outs – money was their top priority. These outraged writers knew they had to do something. They decided to stop being told no, and start telling each other yes. They went out on a limb and created their own publishing company – Fiction Collective. Each threw in $1,000 and together they published books that no one else wanted. What they thought would be a couple years max project has become an amazing legacy lasting today…
I was excited to sit down with Rajul and learn more about his photography as he’s no stranger to Her Campus Utah. You might be familiar with his perfect portraits of our campus cutie Clarence Smith IV. His photos range from more abstract to the just plain cool! Don’t just take my word for it, see what he has to say about his work. Get inspired or just admire his work here:
Her Campus Utah is honored to feature John Madsen as our Campus Celebrity. John, a West Valley City, UT native, graduated from the University of Utah in 2006 with a degree in Economics. Since graduating John went on to play in the NFL for the Oakland Raiders, alongside NFL great Randy Moss. After the NFL, John came back to Utah and opened his very own training gym in Sandy called John Madsen Performance. Her Campus Utah was lucky enough to talk to John this week about his experience in the NFL, John Madsen Performance, and the great athletes he trains. Be sure to check out John Madsen Performace, and follow John on Twitter: @john_madsen, and Instagram: @john_madsen.
The one and only Kovu is this week’s campus celebrity. For all you avid animal lovers, dogs are just as equal as human’s right? You know you know him. He's campus' most known dog!
Her Campus Utah is honored to call Mallory Rogers, a former Her Campus Utah writer, our Campus Celebrity. She may look familiar, as she has been a Campus Celebrity before, but she just keeps reaching greater heights and continuing to impress us. We couldn't resist featuring her one more time. Mallory has created a new blog called Fear No Fight. The blog is about her journey to recovery after being sexually abused. Her blog is super inspiring and we couldn't be more proud. See what Mallory has to say about her new and fastly growing blog!
We’ve all heard Gandhi’s words, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others,” and have felt inspired. But how many of us can say we’ve felt inspired enough to actually do volunteer work? Campus Celebrity, Abby Shettig, can say she has and show you how great volunteer service really is! Abby has done and is doing amazing volunteer work on our very own campus. Her newest endeavor is being a campus ambassador for the Half the Sky Movement. Half the Sky is a movement that seeks to help oppressed women around the world.
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