Four students share their experiences living at the U’s Lassonde Studios.
Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute
Student startup The Society has a foray of fun Salt Lake City nightlife options and offers.
This year we said fond farewells and enthusiastic greetings to iconic campus buildings and the future they represent.
Duncan and Connor Cox are stirring enthusiasm for Lassonde Institute’s Food Entrepreneur Program through Guactoberfest.
Learn about the students who are living, creating and launching at the new home for innovators and entrepreneurs at the University of Utah.
A neglected tunnel in Park City became the subject of a community art project by U students Danny Stephens and Miguel Galaz, who offered spray cans and stencils to anyone who passed by.
Startup Tive makes free Wi-Fi easier and more profitable for businesses.
U students creates an extendable bike lock system that not only locks up the frame and front tire, it ensures that the entire bike frame and wheels are protected.
U student Madelyn Stafford, who is visually impaired, has teamed up with UMFA to make their website, museum tours, including their audio and braille, accessible to all.
A team of transdisciplinary U students created a new, portable, hand-held treatment device to help prevent cervical cancer in the developing world where doctors and equipment are scarce.