Be sure to take care of yourself by sticking to your normal routine, maintaining a regular sleep and eating schedule, connecting with friends and family and trying to maintain your usual level of physical activity.
You might see a lot of scary sights on Halloween—most of them fun and harmless. But one freaky sight you want to avoid is an eye infection caused by illegal colored contact lenses—also called “fashion” or “costume” lenses.
Don’t fall for phishing campaigns and other cyberattacks. Make sure you understand current tactics that cybercriminals use to steal your data and infect your devices.
Due to a planned upgrade to production servers, several systems and related web applications will be unavailable from Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. through Oct. 26 at 10 a.m.
This event will spotlight the technology commercialization and high-growth entrepreneurial prowess of the U’s Research Park.
How would you know you were on a U campus in Southeast Asia? Here are some signs you were still at the U, just on the other side of the world.
On Oct. 3, the University of Utah hosted the first of a series of multidisciplinary summits on air quality. Titled “The Air We Breathe,” the symposium’s objectives were to build connections among researchers across our campus, catalyze new collaborations, coordinate research activities and communicate findings.
A U student raised in Haiti is determined to improve lives in Utah and around the world—but he needs your help.
The cemetery tour at the Fort Douglas Post Cemetery is an opportunity for kids and adults to learn more about Utah’s military history in a fun, child-friendly environment. In commemoration of the day that Fort Douglas was founded, Oct. 26, 1862, there will be local military re-enactors stationed across the cemetery to help bring to […]
For the first time, Pioneer Theatre Company is offering $5 student rush tickets for a staged concert, “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.”