2005 MEDIA COVERAGE

The Hinckley Institute of Politics hosts many notable public officials and political experts every year. Follow the links below for media coverage of Hinckley Forums and other Hinckley Institute events.


December 31, 2005: “Huntsman Proud of First Year in Office ” (KUTV)

December 31, 2005: “Guv is Pleased So Far ” (Deseret Morning News)

December 7, 2005: “The Chronicle’s View: Hinckley Institute raises the bar ” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

December 5, 2005: “Hatch no stranger in Utah after all ” (The Salt Lake Tribune).

December 2, 2005: “Gingrich says United States is at crossroads ” (Daily Utah Chronicle).

November 30, 2005: “How to Ruin Your Life-Ben Stein Comes to Campus” (University of Utah FYI).

November 23, 2005: “U second school in nation to offer campaign management minor ” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

November 23, 2005: “U Republicans unite under one club ” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

November 19, 2005: “Longtime professor of law at U. to retire ” (Salt Lake Tribune)

November 17, 2005: “From Hinckley to Harvard: Institute of Politics officials say civic engagement is a struggle for all universities” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

November 9, 2005: “Campus political groups unite under Hinckley Institute” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

November 8, 2005:. “Huntsman Hopes to Rally Western Governors ” (Deseret Morning News)

November 7, 2005: “Campus political groups unite under Hinckley Institute” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

November 6, 2005: “Rove: Ex-Utahn in crisis” (Salt Lake Tribune)

November 2, 2005: KUEN’s Newsbreak features the life and legacy of Robert H. Hinckley, Jr. and his impact on the Hinckely Institute of Politics and its students and includes an interview with the Hinckley Institute’s Jayne Nelson.

October 29, 2005: “Battered Bush takes time out to regroup” (Telegraph).

October 28, 2005: KCPW’s Bryan Schott (Utah’s NPR station) interviewed Hinckley Institute of Politics Director Kirk L. Jowers on the indictments issued against Vice President Cheney’s Chief of Staff Scooter Libby.

October 28, 2005: “In Utah, Miers’ exit surprising to some, expected by others” (Salt Lake Tribune).

October 27, 2005: KCPW’s Bryan Schott (Utah’s NPR station) interviewed Hinckley Institute of Politics Director Kirk L. Jowers on the withdrawal of Harriet Miers’ nomination to the Supreme Court.

October 16, 2005:. “Fuss may do Rocky no harm” (Deseret Morning News)

October 5, 2005: KCPW’s Midday Metro rebroadcast of Brent Scowcroft’s 40th Anniversary Gala speech “The U.S. and International Security: A Perspective”. To listen to the speech click here.

October 3, 2005: “Hinckley Institute Interns Remember” KCPW’s Julie Rose asked a few former Hinckley Interns to recall their most memorable intern moments. To listen to the interviews click here.

October 3, 2005: “Hinckley Institute turns 40 ” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

October 2, 2005: “Campaign reform is under attack” (Salt Lake Tribune)October 2, 2005: “Scowcroft says Iraq democracy can’t be rushed, ‘has to grow” (Salt Lake Tribune)

October 1, 2005: “Hinckley Institute of Politics Celebrates Milestone” (KSL Eyewitness News)

October 1, 2005: “U.S. must relearn to use power, ex-adviser says” (Deseret Morning News)

October 1, 2005: “U’s Hinckley Institute now a political institution ” (Deseret Morning News)

September 30, 2005: KCPW’s Midday Metro features Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson and Hinckley Institute of Politics Director Kirk L. Jowers on the Freedom to Criticize Government.

September 30, 2005: “Feds Say Cannon ran a Clean Campaign” (Salt Lake Tribune)

September 30, 2005: “Hinckley Institute to celebrate 40-year anniversary” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

September 29, 2005: “Hinckley Institute: 40 candles, 4,000 partyers ” (Salt Lake Tribune)

September 27, 2005: KUEN’s Newsbreak features the Hinckely Institute of Politics with an interview of Hinckley Institute Director, Kirk L. Jowers.

September 19, 2005: KCPW’s Bryan Schott interviews all past and present Hinckley Institute of Politics directors (Kirk Jowers (2005), Ted Wilson (1986-2003), R.J. Snow (1975-85), and J.D. Williams (1965-75)) on a special Hinckley Institute edition of Midday Metro. To listen to the interview click here.

Septmber 14, 2005:. Hinckley Institute of Politics Director, Kirk L. Jowers gives the keynote address at the Salt Lake County Democrats’ Inaugural Forum 500 Luncheon.

September 10, 2005: “Matheson Rejects Claim He Opposed Hurricane Aid ” (KUTV)

September 10, 2005: “Matheson Rejects GOP’s Rebuke” (Salt Lake Tribune)

September 8, 2005: “Mayoral Mouth ” (Salt Lake City Weekly)

September 7, 2005: “Sub Base Dissenter Explains Vote ” (Norwich Bulletin)

September 3, 2005: “Hurricane May Tarnish Bush Image ” (San Francisco Chronicle)

August 25, 2005: KSL Radio’s Utah’s Morning News interviews Hinckley Institute Director Kirk L. Jowers regarding the future of Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson.

August 24, 2005: “Anti-War Protesters Cheer Salt Lake Mayor ” (San Francisco Chronicle)

August 23, 2005: KSL Radio’s Utah’s Noon News with Russ Hill interviews Hinckley Institute Director Kirk L. Jowers regarding President Bush’s visit to Salt Lake City.

August 23, 2005: “With red-state visits, Bush looks to shore up vital core support” (Salt Lake Tribune)

August 22, 2005: “Utah D.C. Notebook: Legal fees draining legal tender from Cannon” (Salt Lake Tribune)

August 8, 2005: “Hinckley Institute Involves Students in Politics” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

July 6, 2005: “Hinckley Institute Embarks on Major Changes” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

July 3, 2005: Civic Dialogue with Ted Capener interviews Hinckley Institute Director Kirk Jowers (KUED)

June 20, 2005: “Utahns are OK with expanded stem cell studies” (Salt Lake Tribune)

June 10, 2005: “U Welcomes new Hinckley Director” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

June 9, 2005 “Students No. 1 at Hinckley Institute” (Deseret Morning News)

April 19, 2005 “U. Names Hinckley Institute of Politics director” (Deseret Morning News)

April 19, 2005: “Political law specialist to helm U.’s Hinckley Institute ” (Salt Lake Tribune)

Press Release on Announcement of Kirk L. Jowers as the Fourth Director of the Hinckley Institute of Politics.

 

Hinckley Forums Media Coverage

December 6, 2005: “Bueller? Bueller? Ben Stein offers direction to college students: Honor your parents, country” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

December 1, 2005: ” A Mormon in the White House? Romney’s chances in 2008 depend on evangelicals, Hinckley panel says” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

December 1, 2005: “Propaganda, not art: Lecture focuses on history, effect of political cartoons” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

November 21, 2005: “Debate focuses on fixing ‘flawed’ U.S. health-care system” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

November 17, 2005 “U of U students debate Health Insurance ” (Utah Policy Daily)

November 10, 2005: “Who won and Why: Students discuss experiences of campaign management at Hinckley Forum” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

November 8, 2005: “Indian Ambassador visits Hinckley Institute ” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

October 7, 2005: “9/11 study calls for refocused vigilance” (The Salt Lake Tribune)

November 1, 2005: “Municipal elections heat up: Hinckley Institute hosts 3rd District candidate debate” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

October 28, 2005: “Hinckley Institute holds debate over Utah land use ” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

October 27, 2005: “Hinckley Institute hosts Chinese Ambassador ” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

October 10, 2005: “College Republicnas present conservative opportunities” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

October 9, 2005: “Gravel pit rocks Sandy vote ” (The Salt Lake Tribune)

October 7, 2005: “Senators tax idea shut down ” (Ogden Standard-Examiner)

September 29, 2005: “State senator to discuss tax reform legislation” (Deseret Morning News)

September 29, 2005 “6 candidates vie for single City Council position” (Deseret Morning News)

September 29, 2005: “Campaign 2005: The Race for Salt Lake City Council District 3 “. KCPW’s Midday Metro and the Hinckley Institute of Politics hosted the debate live in the Salt Lake City Library Auditorium.

September 28, 2005: “The Role of Religion in Education”–College Democrats vs. College Republicans (Daily Utah Chronicle)

September 28, 2005. “Campaign 2005: The Race for Salt Lake City Council District 7 “. KCPW’s Midday Metro and the Hinckley Institute of Politics hosted the debate live in the Salt Lake City Library Auditorium.

September 27, 2005: “Campaign 2005: The Race for Salt Lake City Council District 1″. KCPW’s Midday Metro and the Hinckley Institute of Politics hosted the debate live in the Salt Lake City Library Auditorium.

September 22, 2005: “Celebrating the Constitution: Are Courts Overstepping their Bounds? “–Judge Dee Benson (Daily Utah Chronicle)

April 19, 2005: “The Way Ahead in Iraq”– John Kael Weston (Daily Utah Chronicle)

April 1, 2005: “Washington Update”–Senator Harry Reid (Daily Utah Chronicle)
April 1, 2005: “Washington Update”–Senator Harry Reid (Deseret News)
April 1, 2005: “Washington Update”–Senator Harry Reid (Salt Lake Tribune)

March 30, 2005: “Challenges Facing Salt Lake City” (Daily Utah Chronicle)
March 30, 2005: “Challenges Facing Salt Lake City” (Deseret News)

March 28, 2005: “The War in Congo”–Rigobert Butandu (Daily Utah Chronicle)

March 24, 2005: “Student Debate on Abortion” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

March 10, 2005: “Olene Walker Joins Hinckley Hall of Fame” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

INTERNS IN THE NEWS

November 17, 2005: “Making a mayor: U student runs victorious campagn” (Daily Utah Chronicle)

October 31, 2005:. Hinckley Intern Erin Prince is deployed to Louisianna to assist the Department of Health and Human Services with Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. To read more about Erin’s experience click here.

September 12, 2005: Hinckley Intern Bianca Shreeve “Experts Begin to Assess Katrina’s Economic Impact ” (U.S. Conference of Mayors)

September 12, 2005: Hinckley Intern Ryan McDaniel “Highlights of Mayoral Actions from Around the Nation ” (U.S. Conference of Mayors)

August 24, 2005: Hinckley Intern Bradley Curtis “Bradley Curtis Gs to Washington ” (University of Utah FYI)