Humans of the U

HUMANS OF THE U: HONEY

December 12, 2017

“Hi (lick), I’m Honey! I work at the U now and I love it! I got hired because of my great personality and powerful nose. As a canine officer, my job is to sniff out trouble.”



HUMANS OF THE U: GABRIEL SPIEGEL

December 6, 2017

“Being surrounded by mountains is not something I was used to, coming from the East Coast. Having the mountains and that sheer open sky opened my eyes, and having access to that kind of nature literally right behind my dormitory at the university was spectacular.”



HUMANS OF THE U: EMALEE EGELUND

December 1, 2017

“The first time I gave CPR I had to carry the patient through three feet of water to a boat. The thing TV doesn’t teach you about CPR is that people don’t revive magically from a few chest compressions and a good-old rescue breathe. It can take minutes of consistent repetitions and even then, that just keeps the blood flowing to the patient’s brain and organs to avoid complete organ failure.”



HUMANS OF THE U: OCTOBER & NOVEMBER

November 27, 2017

Sharing compelling stories from the heart of the U’s campus. Read the latest Humans of the U.



HUMANS OF THE U: HANS LIU

November 17, 2017

“Upon interacting with incarcerated students, many of my preconceived notions of their attitudes, life perspectives and experiences in prison were thrown out the window.”