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Social Media—Hurting or Helping?

Living at least part of your life online is becoming “the new normal,” and being able to navigate and work within it is…

Alum News

Conrad Anker BA’88 is featured in an award-winning mountaineering documentary, and more news about U alumni

One More

Elevated Play: The University of Utah has a brand new intramural playfield—atop the new Central Parking Garage west of the Huntsman Center. The U’s first rooftop field, it will host about 230 soccer and flag football games each year. A 10- to 20-foot net…

A Big Splash

U alum Mark Fuller has earned worldwide renown for his spectacular fountains.

Déjà U: Rites of Passage

A national inquiry and the formation of the faculty senate helped ensure academic freedom at the U.

Alum News

Holly Rowe BA’04 is celebrating her 20th year covering sports for ESPN, and more news about U alumni

The Mental Game

For many U athletes, sports psychology coaching provides an edge for top performance.

Virtue and Vice

U alum Teresa Jordan’s new book explores meaning through memories.

Through the Years: Short alum profiles and Class Notes

Colette Mullenhoff has won an Academy Award for her work in movie special effects, and more news about U alumni

Culture Shift

The U has a comprehensive strategy for prevention as well as prosecution of sexual assault, and aiding victims.

Match Points

The U men’s tennis team builds on a strong legacy as it forges ahead in the Pac-12.

One More: Practical Preparation

The U is now known for research programs that plumb the depths of space and the intricacies of the human body, but 100 years ago, vocational coursework also ranged from radio repair to horseshoeing.

Clearing the Air

A U interdisciplinary program aims to become a national resource on improving air quality.

Remember Me

Two U alumni are leading a nonprofit foundation in Ghana that works to ensure no child is forgotten.