Features

Defending Innocence

Find out how a group of alumni freed an innocent man who was wrongfully imprisoned for 22 years.


Mindfulness 101

Did you know mindfulness can help manage chronic pain?


Shifting The Narrative

An alum’s extraordinary life shows how we can rewrite the stories that limit us.


The Rise of Club Sports

Club sports are more popular than ever. Find out why U students give and gain so much when they play.


The Disappearing Self

Read this touching excerpt from a former professor who took ‘field notes’ on her own dementia.


Top 5 Dinosaur Myths

Think you know your dinos? Top 5 myths revealed.


Why Humanities Matter

Do the humanities matter anymore?


30 Years of Student Service

Bennion Center students still rockin’ the service opportunities, 30 years and running.


Humans of the U

Meet four fascinating humans of the U.


Genes and Addiction

What does it really mean when someone says “addiction runs in my family”?


What Do We Want in a U president?

Find out what Utah alumni, students, and staff want in our next U President.


What Happy People Do

Ed Diener has devoted his academic career to figuring out what makes people happy and how to measure it.


No Flash in the Pan

How “flashing the U” became an iconic, unifying symbol.


Reflecting on War

Meet alum Kael Weston, a former State Department official, who wrote a book examining the human costs of conflict.