WHY VULTURES MATTER

University of Utah researchers highlight ecosystem and human impacts of vulture declines.

READY, SET, GEEK WEEK!

ASUU provides students extra services during the most stressful time of the semester.

Man’s best friend gets an update

The Ivory Prize awarded to a student whose mission to give back has lead to connecting dogs with veterans to help heal the wounds of PTSD through the nonprofit organization Labs For Liberty.

PAUSE FOR PAWS

Take a break (and a deep breath) with therapy dogs.

U honors 11 vets with week of events

The 22nd Annual Veterans Day Commemoration Ceremony on Monday, Nov. 11, 2019, kicks off a week of events including a dodgeball tournament, a panel discussion on military dogs, a performance at Kingsbury Hall and military highlights at the football game.

The Wheels of Winter

It’s snow season, and freezing temperatures are the norm, but that doesn’t mean you have to hang up your bike.

The Arts and U

By Anna Kristine Oldroyd, College of Fine Arts Chamber Choir Prepares to Perform at the China International Choral FestivaL U Chamber Choir Tuesday, April 24, 2018 | 7:30 p.m. Libby Gardner Concert Hall Free for U students with UCard The University of Utah Chamber Choir is known for its impeccable intonation and unique ringing tone […]

What are you saving for?

Saving money and creating a budget can be stressful. Learn financial tips and tricks during U Saves Week, Feb. 23-25.

HUMANS OF THE U: TAMERIN SMITH

I decided I would start a year of saying β€œyes” to everything, no matter how scared I was. My biggest adventure took me to Haiti to work with amputee mothers from the 2010 earthquake. There was no electricity after 7 p.m., and you could not step off your porch at night because the guard dogs were trained to kill any stranger on the property.

DOG DAYS OF SUMMER

There is a perk to these sun-soaked, dog days of summer: It’s an excuse to show photos of dogs who love the U just as much as their owners.