READ TO THINK

In honor of National Read A Book Day, find out what the U community likes to read outside of class and work.

Defining cultural appropriation

Utah’s poet laureate discusses cultural appropriation when it comes to writing in recognition of National Poetry Month.

PRIVACY: WHAT EVERYONE NEEDS TO KNOW

Husband and wife team β€” who are both U professors β€” explore privacy in a complex and changing online world.

From freedom rider to congressman

Civil rights icon John Lewis’s graphic novels make classroom appearance in anticipation of his campus visit Nov. 10.

WATER LAW DOWN UNDER

Law professor Robin Craig spent part of the semester as a visiting professor at the University of Tasmania School of Law in Hobart, teaching comparative water law, research resilience and climate change adaptation issues.

‘THE ETHICS OF SUICIDE: HISTORICAL SOURCES’

In a cooperative venture with the Oxford University Press, the Marriott Library will host the full digital archive of β€œEthics of Suicide,” a searchable collection of historical and current writings about suicide.

EMBEDDED IN NATURE

Coffee table book explores U’s field stations around the state.

From Jikji to Gutenberg

An ancient Korean book surpasses the Gutenberg Bible as the oldest surviving book.

ENVISIONING THE FUTURE

This year’s Natural History Museum of Utah’s Lecture Seriesβ€”Envisioning the Futureβ€”four speakers will examine revolutionary, cutting-edge innovations in the areas of medical science, astrobiology and technology.