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A new program trains students at camps in Kenya and elsewhere around the globe.

Campus Scene

Piano Forte The Ladies in Red, a performing group established through the University of Utah’s Piano Department, travels across the U.S. to bring awareness of the need for music education in elementary schools and raise funds for the U’s Piano Outreach Program, which offers piano classes teaching the fundamentals of music as part of after-school…

Discovery

Researchers take aim at a new vulnerability that is now nearly impossible to find.

Social Media—Hurting or Helping?

Social media—Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, WhatsApp, and whatever else is hot this week—has, like it or not, changed the way an entire generation communicates. And like it or not, it’s not going away. Living at least part of your life online is becoming “the new normal,” and being able to navigate and work within it is…

Alum Notes

Conrad Anker BA’88 is featured in an award-winning mountaineering documentary.

One More

Elevated Play The University of Utah has a brand new intramural playfield—atop the new Central Parking Garage west of the Huntsman Center. The U’s first rooftop field, it will host about 230 soccer and flag football games each year. A 10- to 20-foot net surrounds the field (higher at each end), keeping both players and…

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The U's new S.J. Quinney College of Law building has opened.

Discovery

Huntsman Cancer Institute investigators are seeing promising results in fighting melanoma.

Rites of Passage

A national inquiry and the formation of the faculty senate helped ensure academic freedom at the U.

Alum Notes

Holly Rowe BA'04 is celebrating her 20th year covering sports for ESPN.

The Curie Poster

In the southwest corner of the University of Utah’s Thatcher Building for Biological and Biophysical Chemistry, The Curie Poster is displayed as a tribute to Utah women in chemistry. The graphic mosaic is made up of small photos arrayed together to constitute an image of Marie Curie, the Polish and naturalized-French physicist and chemist who…

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Campus Notebook

U gymnastics co-head coach Greg Marsden has retired after 40 seasons of unprecedented national success.