As the U’s new president, David W. Pershing is focused on the state’s college students.
The U’s Global Health Initiative helps improve lives in Ghana and around the world.
The U’s use of the drum and feather logo raises questions about education and respect.
Jerry Gardner teaches movement at the University of Utah but has an office so tiny he can hardly turn around in it. It’s just half an office, really, and is filled to the brim with masks and books and a pink tank of helium. But sit down and have a conversation with him (you’ll have […]
U’s Honors College Celebrates 50 Years of Excellence The Honors College hit an important milestone in 2012, celebrating 50 years of educating students. The Honors Program—a precursor to what would eventually become the Honors College—was created in 1962. Following a national trend at other universities, the Honors Program was established to provide an alternate way for students to satisfy their general education requirements in classes […]
From Alumni House to Alumni Center Plans are under way for a revamped gathering place. The red brick building at 155 S. Central Campus Drive, known as the Alumni House, opened in 1980. It is the nerve center for U loyalists, including students and alumni, and is the headquarters for the University of Utah Alumni […]
Leveling the Playing Field
Norma Carr, a U alumna and former coach, recalls the struggle for Title IX.
Like many U.S. Army posts established for monitoring the frontiers, Fort Douglas has seen its share of American history. The fort was founded on the east bench of the Salt Lake Valley in October 1862 by a regiment of California Volunteers under Colonel Patrick Connor to guard the overland mail (and, legend has it, to […]