Humans of the U

Mateo in white chef's coat chopping a pineapple.

Humans of the U: Matteo Sogne

The former Italian national swim team member is now cooking Italian meals for Utah’s frontline workers.


Humans of the U: Jason Ramirez on ‘Juneteenth’

Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States.


Humans of the U: Michelle Tuitupou

“It’s not just planning out their classes, it’s helping them find their path.”


Humans of the U: Arnold Gatoro

Gatoro came to Utah as a child from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.


Humans of the U: Shelby Jarman

Everyone deserves to celebrate their graduation.


Humans of the U: Commencement 2020

As the Class of 2020 prepares to celebrate its success, meet a few of the graduates.


Humans of the U: Connor Haller

Don’t let one error define you.


Humans of the U: Giavonni Lewis

“When I dance or when I paint or when I use a clarinet or anything outside of work, those things help to remind me of life and why people want to get back to it.”


Adam Hiné in his dentist uniform, sits in the dentistry clinic at the School of Dentistry.

Humans of the U: Adam Hiné

“I knew it was a profession that will allow me to one day help my mom. What I didn’t expect was that dentistry would connect me with my [Haitian] heritage.”


Humans of the U: Arielle Gulley

“The education I’ve received at the U is something I will always be grateful for…I will celebrate my time at the U as one of the greatest experiences in my life so far.”