OLD FAITHFUL’S HEART

Dense seismograph network shows subsurface geyser plumbing structures.

UMFA Latino Art Show opens Feb. 5

Visit the Utah Museum of Fine Arts on Thursday, Feb. 5 from 5–7 p.m. for a free community preview and party as it welcomes the new exhibit, β€œOur America: The Latino Presence in American Art.”

CLIMATE STRESSES AND SOLUTIONS

U researchers partner with Salt Lake utilities to study climate change threats to urban water supply.

FROM CAMPUS LAB TO CONTAMINATED CITY

The U’s radiobiology professor Scott Miller is one of the only Americans still allowed to visit sensitive Russian sites.

New UNP Director

Sarah Munro has accepted the position of special assistant to the President for Campus Community Partnerships and director of University Neighborhood Partners.

The Arts and U

β€œOut West with Buffalo Bill” — UMFA Hosts Historian of Gay West By Mindy Wilson, UMFA marketing and communications director A writer and historian who studies the hidden gay history of the West will speak at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Thursday, Feb. 8, at 7 p.m. The event, β€œOut West with Buffalo Bill” featuring […]

THE SONG OF THE REDROCK ARCHES

A geologist and sound artist come together to bring the sounds of red rock arches to life.

Keep your eye on the horizon, hold fast

Conrad Anker: “Be patient, love freely and care deeply for the people who share earth. Respect the earth. There is only one. Exercise discipline to maximize your positive impact on humanity and be grateful for the climb.”

Campus Announcements

DON’T BE ALARMED! BLANK SHOTS BEING FIRED IN FORT DOUGLAS Jan. 16 Heads up – on Friday, Jan. 16, between 10 – 10:30 a.m. the Salt Lake City Army Recruiting Battalion will be firing blank rounds during an honor guard memorial service at the Post Chapel in Fort Douglas, located at 120 Fort Douglas Blvd. […]