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Clearing the air at holiday gatherings

Not eating? Keep your mask on.

What if my pre-Thanksgiving COVID test is positive?

Stay connected and engaged during a possible quarantine this holiday season with these ideas.

Traveling in times of COVID

If you plan to travel outside of Utah, check state websites for any restrictions and avoiding public transportation when possible.

Mental health support for students of color

Two new counselors are dedicated to serving Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion centers.

Community helps scientists evaluate wildfire smoke forecasts

Community air quality sensors help scientists improve forecasts of smoke in the air during wildfires.

The masked singers of the U

How an innovative and creative couple made singing safe for opera students in the time of COVID.

The secret social lives of giant poisonous rats

The African crested rat’s fur is packed with a poison so lethal just a few miligrams can kill a human. Biologists confirmed where it gets its poison, and uncovered an unexpected social life.

U named ‘Innovation and Economic Prosperity University’

The APLU designation recognizes universities that promote growth, innovation and economic development in their regions.

Center for Medical Innovation expands to Asia Campus

With the support of local government, the new CMI Asia location will foster early stage biotech companies seeking international success

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Health insurance marketplace now open

If you don’t have health coverage now is the time to act.

Utah law schools announce full-tuition achievement fellowships

Utah law firms pledge support of this new program to broaden opportunities for underrepresented populations within the Utah legal community.

Campus bike shop now open at new location

The Campus Bike Shop supports the growing group of cyclists on campus

Name changes in campus directories

This change will occur automatically on January 5, 2021.

Building access update

A number of buildings offering campus services will be remain open.

KUER goes big in southwest Utah

New and improved 93.9 FM signal reaches listeners in St. George, Cedar City and surrounding communities

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New public safety committees announced

Students, faculty and staff to help shape the future of university safety.

It could help U too

How a generous scholarship is impacting individuals, families and generations.

Huntsman Mental Health Institute names CEO

Mark H. Rapaport will also be the chair of the Department of Psychiatry at the School of Medicine.

Humans of the U: Kimberley Shoaf

“I wanted to do something that would make a larger impact and focus on the health of the population.”

Campus Events


Utah vs. Arizona State Food Drive
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