Why masking and testing continues

To mask or not to mask—it’s up to you. As of Monday, May 24, the University of Utah no longer requires face coverings on campus (with the exception of inside…

Parking options for part-time telecommuters

…be telecommuting part time to consider several factors when deciding whether to purchase a long-term parking permit, like how often will the individual be on campus, will they be on…

Summer β€˜Utah Mag’ released

The latest issue of University of Utah Magazine is hot off the presses. Check out some of the highlights. The Sticking Point Vaccines have come a long way from the

Duty. Honor. Country.

…of the Year” at a ceremony held on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. Veterans Day. “Bravery has no age limit, color restriction or gender…

Microscopic fossils record ancient climate conditions

…Another contains “equant” magnetofossils, which may record more stable, long-term conditions in the ocean and the last contains “elongated” magnetofossils, which may indicate seasonal conditions. The results are important because…

Will COVID-19 become a seasonal nuisance?

…that the three mechanisms in combination set up a situation where an increasing proportion of the population will become predisposed for mild disease over the long term. The scientists felt…

Who are your ‘Beacons of Change?’

…in October 2021. The inspiration that we garner from the award winners is long-lasting. The 2020 Beacons of Excellence Award recipients were no exception. Award recipients were honored for rising…

Beyond a moment of solidarity

the momentary solidarity, we were committed to long-term, systemic change. Any system that has disparate outcomes on historically underrepresented communities must be critically examined, disrupted and replaced by equitable systems…