Sexual assault campus climate survey

Survey results show students are more engaged in discussions about sexual assault, but remain unaware of resources.

Fewer males born during periods of stress

Research shows fewer male babies are born in the U.S. during periods of environmental and ecological stressβ€”a pattern referred to as male-biased fetal attrition or male-biased fetal loss.

POWER OF POISON

Explore how poison has shaped our world at Natural History Museum of Utah’s newest exhibit.

WHO ARE YOUR VICTIM ADVOCATES?

The U’s full-time victim advocates are available to help navigate resources, find support services and heal.

Trees and lawns beat the heat

As climate change pushes cities towards dangerous temperatures, planners must balance mitigating heat and preserving water resources.

The Arts and U

School of Dance pushes boundaries with fall performance, “Power Couples” symposium at UMFA, and “Cagney,” the highly-anticipated musical, runs through Oct. 5 at Pioneer Theatre Company.

Humans of the U: Collins Kabaira

“There were days where I didn’t think I was going to make it, days when I couldn’t pay to go to school or didn’t have enough money and I couldn’t afford a meal. I kept believing, even in those dark times, that if you just keep pushing eventually those little pushes will compound to a big effect. Just keep going even when it doesn’t look like there’s light.”