The University of Utah continues its computer-science legacy with one of the top video-game programs in the nation.
Construction Update The University of Utah currently has 12 major construction projects under way. Web Exclusive Photo Gallery: University Offers Deferred Enrollment Option The University of Utah has begun a new admissions policy that allows new freshmen and transfer students to defer enrollment for up to seven consecutive semesters. The policy goes
University of Utah Dedicates Honors Housing On September 21, the University of Utah dedicated the Donna Garff Marriott Honors Residential Scholars Community, the newest solution to the U’s growing need for on-campus housing. The dorm provides apartment-style living to 309 honors students in all years of the program. “These are not old-fashioned dorm rooms,” says
Audrey E. Bush BS’41 MFA’59, longtime principal bassist with the Utah Symphony, died July 31 in St. George. She was 92. Bush was born September 17, 1919, in Ogden, Utah, to Samuel Edward Bush and Edith Elizabeth Wanless Bush. Audrey began playing the piano and trombone as a child, and when she was 11, switched
Like many U.S. Army posts established for monitoring the frontiers, Fort Douglas has seen its share of American history. The fort was founded on the east bench of the Salt Lake Valley in October 1862 by a regiment of California Volunteers under Colonel Patrick Connor to guard the overland mail (and, legend has it, to
Matthew Bradley MEd’06, a popular University of Utah professor and social activist, died March 20 in Sandy, Utah, in an accidental drowning. He was 41. Matthew Wade Bradley was born August 19, 1970, in Salt Lake City to Craig S. and Kathleen Linebaugh Bradley. He graduated in 1988 from Alta High School, where he was