Alumna advice: Opportunities that led to my career

…in Salt Lake City; and Maitri India, in New Delhi, India. Both of these internships focused on women’s issues. My third internship was with Young Professional in Foreign Policy in…

HUMANS OF THE U: AUGUST 2016

their education.” — Tom Wallisch, professional skiier “Rupesh: This place is quite serene and calm compared to our place back in India. Subramanyam: And the view is also – wow!…

Breaking the cycle

…cared about the societal pressures this world carries when it comes to identities.” Kaur became close friends with three other underrepresented women: Bushra Hussein, a first-generation Somali American; Leen Samha,…

The U takes on TED

…become common to promote LGBT equality by arguing that LGBT individuals are “born that way,” there are three major problems with this approach: It’s not scientifically accurate, it’s not legally…

Himalayan glaciers’ melting has doubled

…dominant driver of ice loss,” he said. PHOTO CREDIT: Joshua Maurer Oblique view of the Himalayas on the border of Sikkim, India and eastern Nepal, captured Dec. 20, 1975, by…

COMPASSION AND UNIVERSAL RESPONSIBILITY

…end of this philosophy. In 1959 he was forced to flee Tibet and found refuge in India. The Indian prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, offered immense help and sympathy for him…

Digital preservation book

…Library, has been working with authors from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, New Zealand and India on a book titled “Digital Preservation in Libraries: Preparing for a Sustainable Future.”…

Converting my commute

…of pollution and its hazardous health effects. But there were a number of things preventing me from actually commuting in a cleaner way: My trip from home to campus was…

HUMANS OF THE U: BILL GOMEZ

…at a cheap price. Four months ago, I sold the Rocky Mountain Grill, but decided to keep the café because I love it so much.” — Bill Gomez, U staff…