Vol. 12. No. 2
Fall 2002


Okay, okay—there's no such thing as a free lunch. Taxes, fees, tuition, donations — they all cover most of the things at the U considered "free." But many a cheap thrill can be found at the U, including:

o Admission to the Utah
Museum of Fine Arts
o Panels, lectures, and coffee at the Hinckley Institute of Politics
o Use of library computers
o Walking tour (with available guidebook) of Fort Douglas
o Women's Week and the Martin Luther King Jr. celebration
o Posing in the empty pedestal at the entrance of the Park Building
o The Daily Utah Chronicle
o Rides on UTA buses and TRAX for U students and employees
o Frontiers of Science lectures
o Wading in fountains
o Tanner Humanities Center
work-in-progress talks, lectures,
conferences, workshops, panels,
exhibits, performances, and
o Professional training for
employees offered by Human
o Sleeping on couches and beanbags in the Union
o Gould Lecture, Gardner Lecture, Siciliano Forum
o Campus shuttles

o ASUU Presenter's Office Free Film Series, coffeehouse Open Mic Poetry, REDfest, and Free Concert Series
o The "Gold Medal Mile" walk around campus
o Career Services' library and online employment resources
o Women's soccer and softball games
o Science Movie Night at the Utah Museum of Natural History
o Speech
…and many more!

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