The purpose of Continuum is to explore the traditions, heritage, and evolving excellence that are the essence of Utah’s flagship public institution of higher education.The magazine seeks to offer insight into University-related events, to help stimulate thought and formulate opinion, and to place in perspective the unfolding chapters of University history. Continuum also aspires to enhance the image of the University, promote pride in the institution, and demonstrate its national and international reach and influence.

The pages of Continuum keep alumni, faculty, staff, and community members up to date through in-depth features covering science, health, arts, humanities, athletics, and the people at the U whose work is at the national forefront. The magazine has a circulation of just over 270,000 nationwide each year, with a circulation of 115,000 for the fall issue and 52,000 each for the winter, spring, and summer issues. Using the industry standard of an estimated 2.5 readers per issue (generally considered a safe to low pass-along estimate), that calculates to more than 675,000 readers each year.

Continuum is only one of the many benefits offered to members of the University of Utah Alumni Association (dues-paying members automatically receive the magazine four times a year). Sign up for membership in the Alumni Association online.

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Editorial Board

William Warren

Executive Editor 
M. John Ashton BS’66 JD’69

J. Melody Murdock

Managing Editor
Marcia C. Dibble

Associate Editor
Ann Floor BFA’85

Assistant Editor
Amanda Taylor

Advertising Manager

David Viveiros

Art Direction/Design
David E. Titensor BFA’91

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Other Information

Distribution and Demographics

Recent Awards


  • 96.1 percent of Continuum readers are alumni
  • Readers who earn $135,000 or more per annum read Continuum more than readers in lower income categories
  • More than 50 percent of readers cite Continuum as their primary source of information about events and activities at the University of Utah


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