Bryan Hubain

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Day of Collective Action

How you can participate in the U’s Day of Collective Action on March 22.


Aerial photo of the University of Utah and University of Utah Health campus with the Wasatch mountains in the background. White text on the blue sky reads "Day of Collective Action"

Volunteer during the Day of Collective Action

Volunteers needed for campus-wide Day of Collective Action.


‘Beacons of Change’ at the U

The 2021 Beacons of Excellence Award theme celebrated individuals and programs disrupting the status quo while creating positive change.


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An enduring relationship

For the past 49 years, the Ute Indian Tribe has reaffirmed a partnership with the University of Utah.


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Grounded by Indigenous love, resilience in kinship

A video interview honoring and celebrating Native American Heritage Month.


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Anti-Racism Committee

The group leading efforts to create an anti-racist campus.


Who are your ‘Beacons of Change?’

Nominations are open for those who have been intentional sources of change at the U, for students either in the classroom or in the community.


Owning our stories

Four “I Am U Thriving” campus storytellers shared personal experiences of love, success, pain, privilege, marginalization and other messages they want our campus to know.


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How to build your U crew

As the COVID-19 pandemic reaches the one-year mark, it is vital for our community to remain diligent.


The Basic Needs Collective at the U

This one-stop-shop connects students to resources for food security, affordable housing, health insurance, finances, legal services, mental health and more.