Holocaust commemoration investigates persecution based on sexual orientation in Nazi Germany.
High honor for the U Medical School’s Vivian Lee, Mario Capecchi: Election to the National Academy of Medicine.
Ted Koppel to speak at U’s Hinckley Institute of Politics on cyberattacks on Nov. 4 at OSH auditorium.
Kathryn Bond Stockton recognized with 2015 Allies Award and discusses her experience studying queer theory in Utah.
Halloween activities on campus and some history behind the Fort Douglas ghost stories
Bennion Center students visit and study in Cuba learning about economics, art, politics and culture.
Civil rights icon John Lewis has dedicated his life to building “the Beloved Community” in America. He will speak at the U Nov. 10.
As winter approaches prepare for snow and ice covered sidewalks and parking lots, walk safely around campus.
U’s S.J. Quinney College of Law will explore how innovations in securities and intellectual property law are shaping modern entrepreneurship.
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