Why Utah struggles to keep educators, and what the U is doing to help.
Charlie Miller takes green spaces to the rooftops, for cool vistas, and cooler cities.
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.
U students have myriad opportunities to learn about—and participate in—the political process.
How Red Butte Garden became everyone’s favorite place to go for a show.
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.
Two U alumni in the same political race share how the U has helped them and offer advice for others aspiring to political office.
A civil rights icon inspires students to engage in social change.
Dr. Joshua Schiffman studies elephants’ genes to find out what makes them so resistant to the disease.
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.
Utah’s acclaimed Housing First program to eliminate chronic homelessness has strong University of Utah ties.
A U class’s culture-celebrating mural, the new Urban Rangers Program, gymnast Georgia Dabritz wins NCAA award, bringing basketball to underprivileged kids, China awards two honors to chemist Peter Stang, mathematician Christopher Hacon wins E.H. Moore Prize
2016 Founders Day awards, international alumni club activities, new leadership of The MUSS, and upcoming events
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…