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The Cave that holds a Million Bones

A zooarchaeological treasure reveals some 13,000 years of history.

Campus Scene: Pow Wow!

See the colorful movement and tribal traditions in action at the U’s 45th annual powwow.


Catch up on the U’s latest research breakthroughs.

The Long Road to Being Conference-Ready

Utah’s Pac-12 journey dates much farther back than that sunny July 2011 afternoon of balloons and roses when conference membership became official. The odyssey that would bring Utah into the Conference of Champions began nearly 30 years ago. In 1987, Chris Hill was named the U’s athletics director, taking the reins of a department in […]

Facing the Teacher Shortage

Why Utah struggles to keep educators, and what the U is doing to help.

Gardening, Elevated

Charlie Miller takes green spaces to the rooftops, for cool vistas, and cooler cities.

Campus Scene: Farewell to OSH

Orson Spencer Hall, affectionately known by nearly everyone throughout its 60-plus years on campus as “OSH,” is no more. Watch a commemorative video and share your memories.

Cultivating Political Passion

U students have myriad opportunities to learn about—and participate in—the political process.

Music in the Mountains

How Red Butte Garden became everyone’s favorite place to go for a show.

Campus Scene

History of Hip-Hop is a unique class that explores hip-hop’s cultural origins and evolution, its sociopolitical underpinnings, and its ties to other art forms.

In it to win it: Advice from two U alums in the same race

Two U alumni in the same political race share how the U has helped them and offer advice for others aspiring to political office.

Good Trouble

A civil rights icon inspires students to engage in social change.

Partners to Prevent Cancer

Dr. Joshua Schiffman studies elephants’ genes to find out what makes them so resistant to the disease.

Campus Scene

U students now field not one but two teams for quidditch, the part rugby, part basketball, all magical sport inspired by the Harry Potter books.