culture

Thanksgiving food for thought

For many Americans, Thanksgiving isn’t all turkey and gravy. Discover five ways to approach the holiday with increased kindness and sensitivity.


WORLD LANGUAGES & CULTURES

Recently, the Department of Languages and Literature changed its name to Department of World Languages and Cultures to accurately reflect the classes and research it provides.


EXPLORING MORMONISM

The Tanner Humanities Center launched an initiative supporting the study of Mormonism on campus and in the wider community.


AIDING AND RESETTLING REFUGEES

Frederick William Reynolds Lecture focusing on refugees includes panel discussion, dance performance, weaving demonstrations, art exhibit and more


“[Con]text”: The Art of Language from Stone Reliefs to Plexiglas

“[con]text,” a new exhibition on view now through July 26 at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, mines its richly varied permanent collection to explore the many ways in which visual artists have harnessed language to communicate, relate, entice, advocate and illuminate.