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U Remembers: White Rose Resistance

Jud Newborn, a New York-based author, historian and the 2018 U Remembers keynote speaker, will draw lessons and parallels of the Holocaust and the resistance in today’s current events.

Free speech and U

Did you know it’s National Free Speech Week? Did you know the U has a Free Speech Policy?

Make a difference on campus

Student body applications for 2019 are open. Get involved and serve your fellow students.

Building an educational bridge

A $600,000 Mellon Foundation grant will advance new Pacific Islands Studies initiative.

U target of national white supremacist propaganda | Virtual kidnapping scams on the rise | Reuters ranks U 30th for most innovative universities in the world | Election-related media requests | NCSAM Week 4: Cybersecurity training for U employees | October is Domestic and Dating Violence Awareness Month | Nomination deadlines for a number of awards and grants
Practicing a healthy mindset
Real Life Challenge: Practicing a Healthy Mindset | How much sugar do you drink? | Spooky contact lenses: Beware
Taylor Mac comes to campus
Taylor Mac returns to UtahPresents with "24-Decade History of Popular Music (Abridged)" | Futuristic and Endearing "Julius Caesar" | salt 14: Yang Yongliang

‘Take risks, make mistakes’

A U forest ecologist wins the prestigious Packard Fellowship, which allows freedom to pursue creative research directions.

The royal treatment

The 2018 Homecoming Royalty showcases and recognizes a few of the many outstanding students on our campus.

Public universities and America’s future

On Thursday, Sept. 20, President Ruth Watkins welcomed thought leaders from around the nation to reflect on the role of public universities in a changing America.