Category: Utah Humanist

December 2107 Don’t Worry–Everything is Made of Chemicals Chuck and John Welle gave our monthly meeting presentation a witty sense of academia. Chuck, a chemist from the pharmaceutical and medical industries, and his son, John, who has a background in …

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Origin ~ Book Report Dan Brown’s most recent book is Origin, it is also the next in the series of the Robert Langdon novels; preceded by The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons, Inferno, and The Lost Symbol. The common …

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Gerrymandering Gina Eborn, President and one of the founding members of The Fair Redistricting Caucus of Utah (FRCU) was the featured speaker at our September general meeting The FRCU is a non-partisan organization that started in November 2016 with the …

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Gerrymandering The Salt Lake Tribune published the following letter to the editor on June 20, 2011. I wrote the letter in response to how our legislature dealt with their redistricting duty following the 2010 Census. Utah would have a fourth …

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Live Long and Prosper Elaine Stehel joined Humanists of Utah in 2009. She came to us from SHIFT, the University of Utah freethought group. She has been one of the most active people in our group; and that is an …

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