Wash-and-wear sensors

U engineers develop a process that turns ordinary clothing into biosensors that measures a muscle’s electrical activity as it is worn.

U Remembers

β€œThe Power of Propaganda” theme for this year’s event commemorates the victims of the Holocaust, reflects on the historical actions leading to the Holocaust and pulls parallels to contemporary social issues.

From the military to the U

U student and Army veteran Nolan Acree reflects on the most difficult transition in his lifeβ€”leaving the U.S Army.

YOUNG LEADERS CREATING CHANGE

Nubia PeΓ±a, recent College of Law graduate, was selected as one of the top 25 law students in the country by National Jurist magazine for her commitment to social justice, empowering marginalized communities and developing new young leaders of color.

SafeRide is going places

A new campus transportation service provides a safe and reliable ride on campus during night hours.

Why males pack a powerful punch

Elk have antlers. Rams have horns. In the animal kingdom, males develop specialized weapons for competition when winning a fight is critical. Humans do too, according to new research.