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The future of Great Salt Lake

Scientists, lawmakers and lake advocates discuss data-driven solutions to the lake’s critical problems.

Dig in

Planting for our climate doesn’t mean we have to make our yards a depressing landscape of rocks.

A delicate balance

The search for sustainable tourism and resource preservation in the American West.

Overcoming obstacles of a first-gen student

From imposter syndrome to finding the right questions to ask, being a first-generation student can be daunting.

The Draw, a new housing option for U students this fall

The U will sublease the building from Westminster College for the next five years.

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Charting a new path forward

Since its launch in spring 2021, the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Strategy Council has been applying necessary preparations for embedding equitable systems within the U.

Humans of the U: Maj. Alex Horn

“The famed ‘fight or flight’ stress response is good for running away from predators in the jungle but not helpful for keeping your crew safe in combat.”

Racing into summer fun

It started as a simple request from Club U asking if they could rent hammers for their pinewood derby.

Taking on LGBT discrimination at soccer stadiums

When homophobic chants became common during international soccer games, U alum Paul Burke knew he had to use his legal skills to make a positive change.

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